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September 22, 2000
SYDNEY (AP) -- Results Friday from the Summer Olympics:

 

 ARCHERY

 Men

 Team 70m

 First Round

 1. Russia (Baljinima Tsyrempilov; Bair Badenov; Iouri Leontiev), def. Netherlands (Wietse van Alten; Henk Vogels; Fred van Zutphen), 248-241; 2. Turkey (Ozdemir Akbal; Hasan Orbay; Serdar Satir), def. Japan (Yuji Hamano; Masafumi Makiyama; Takayoshi Matsushita), 253-231; 3. Italy (Matteo Bisiani; Ilario di Buo; Michele Frangilli), def. France (Sebastien Flute; Lionel Torres; Jocelyn de Grandis), 250-239; 4. Kazakhstan (Stanislav Zabrodskiy; Vadim Shikarev; Alexandr Li), def. Norway (Lars Erik Humlekjaer; Martinus Grov; Baard Nesteng), 246-241; 5. Sweden (Magnus Petersson; Mattias Eriksson; Niklas Eriksson), def. Australia (Matthew Gray; Simon Fairweather; Scott Hunter-Russell), 241-238; 6. Ukraine (Serhiy Antonov; Viktor Kurchenko; Igor Parkhomenko), def. China (Tang Hua; Yang Bo; Fu Shengjun), 244-235.

 Quarter-finals

 1. Italy (Matteo Bisiani; Ilario di Buo; Michele Frangilli), def. Kazakstan (Stanislav Zabrodskiy; Vadim Shikarev; Alexandr Li), 249-244; 2. U.S. (Butch Johnson; Victor Wunderle; Rod White), def. Sweden (Magnus Petersson; Mattias Eriksson; Niklas Eriksson), 255-244; 3. Russia (Baljinima Tsyrempilov; Bair Badenov; Iouri Leontiev), def. Turkey (Ozdemir Akbal; Hasan Orbay; Serdar Satir), 247-245; 4. South Korea (Oh Kyo-moon; Jang Yong-ho; Kim Chung-tae), def. Ukraine (Serhiy Antonov; Viktor Kurchenko; Igor Parkhomenko), 258-236.

 Semifinals

 Italy (Matteo Bisiani; Ilario di Buo; Michele Frangilli), def. U.S. (Butch Johnson; Victor Wunderle; Rod White), 244-241; South Korea (Oh Kyo-moon; Jang Yong-ho; Kim Chung-tae), def. Russia (Baljinima Tsyrempilov; Bair Badenov; Iouri Leontiev), 240-229.

 Gold Medal Match

 South Korea (Oh Kyo-moon; Jang Yong-ho; Kim Chung-tae), def. Italy (Matteo Bisiani; Ilario di Buo; Michele Frangilli), 255-247.

 Bronze Medal Match

 U.S. (Butch Johnson; Victor Wunderle; Rod White) def. Russia (Baljinima Tsyrempilov; Bair Badenov; Iouri Leontiev), 239-239 (29-26).

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 BADMINTON

 Women's Singles

 Gold Medal Match: Gong Zhichao, China, def. Camilla Martin, Denmark, 13-10, 11-3.

 Bronze Medal Match: Ye Zhaoying, China, def. Dai Yun, China, 8-11, 11-2, 11-6.

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 BEACH VOLLEYBALL

 Men

 Second Round

 Kevin Wong and Rob Heidger Jr., U.S., def. Juan Alberto Rodriguez Ibarra and Joel Sotelo Villalobos, Mexico, 15-0.

 Dain Blanton and Eric Fonoimoana, U.S., def. Joerre Andre Kjemperud and Vegard Hoidalen, Norway, 15-13.

 Miguel Maia and Joao Brenha, Portugal, def. Eduardo Esteban Martinez and Martin Alejo Conde, Argentina, 15-3.

 Paul Laciga and Martin Laciga, Switzerland, def. Lee Zahner and Julien Prosser, Australia, 15-8.

 Jose Marco Melo and Ricardo Santos, Brazil, def. Nikolas Berger and Oliver Stamm, Austria, 16-14.

 John Child and Mark Heese, Toronto, def. Sergey Ermishin and Mikhail Kouchnerev, Russia, 15-6.

 Jorg Ahmann and Axel Hager, Germany, def. Jody Holden, Shelburne, N.S., and Conrad Leinemann, Kelowna, B.C., 15-6.

 Fabio Diez and Javier Bosma, Spain, def. Jose Loiola Jr and Emanuel Rego, Brazil, 17-16.

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 BOXING

 48-kg

 Second Round

 Rafael Lozano Munoz, Spain, def. Danilo Lerio, Philippines, 17-15.

 Suleiman Wanjau Bilali, Kenya, def. Phumzile Matyhila, South Africa, Outclassed-1, 01:57.

 Kim Un Chol, North Korea, def. Pal Lakatos, Hungary, 20-8.

 Ivan Stapovic, Lithuania, def. Liborio Romero Romero, Mexico, 24-11.

 Kim Ki-suk, South Korea, def. La Paene Masara, Indonesia, 8-4.

 Brahim Aslouh, France, def. Brian Viloria, U.S., 6-4.

 Valeri Sidorenko, Ukraine, def. Suban Punnon, Thailand, Stopped by Doctor-1, 01:09.

 Maikro Romero, Cuba, def. Marian Velicu, Romania, Outclassed-4, 01:36.

 60-kg

 Second Round

 Tigkran Ouzlian, Greece, def. Asghar Ali Shah, Pakistan, 17-15.

 Mario Kindelan, Cuba, def. Pongsit Wiangviset, Thailand, 14-8.

 Alexandre Maletine, Russia, def. Patrick Lopez, Venezuela, Outclassed-3, 00:38.

 Selim Palyani, Turkey, def. David Jackson, Seattle, Walkover.

 Nurzhan Karimzhanov, Kazakhstan, def. Michael Katsidas, Australia, 9-7.

 Andriy Kotelnyk, Ukraine, def. Raymond Narh, Ghana, 17-11.

 Cristian Bejarano Benitez, Mexico, def. George Lungu, Romania, 14-11.

 Almazbek Raimkulov, Kyrgyzstan, def. Jose Leonardo Cruz Lazo, Colombia, 12-2.

 75-kg

 Second Round

 Aleksandr Zubrihin, Ukraine, def. Mohamed Mesbahi, Morocco, 9-5.

 Zsolt Erdei, Hungary, def. Vladislav Vizilter, Kyrgyzstan, Outclassed-3, 01:29.

 Gaidarbek Gaidarbekov, Russia, def. Albert Eromosele, Nigeria, 15-9.

 Jeff Lacy, U.S., def. Pawel Kakietek, Poland, 21-7.

 Jorge Gutierrez, Cuba, def. Antonios Giannoulas, Greece, 20-7.

 Adrian Diaconu, Romania, def. Jitender Kumar, India, 12-3.

 Vugar Alekparov, Azerbaijan, def. Paul Miller, Australia, 9-8.

 Akin Kakauridze, Turkey, def. Lim Jung-Bin, South Korea, RET-4, 01:56.

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 DIVING

 Women

 10m Platform

 Preliminaries

 1. Sang Xue, China, 374.79 (Q); 2. Li Na, China, 366.66 (Q); 3. Anne Montminy, Pointe-Claire, Que., 339.93 (Q); 4. Emilie Heymans, Greenfield Park, Que., 333.78 (Q); 5. Laura Wilkinson, U.S., 331.20 (Q); 6. Anja Richter-Libiseller, Austria, 314.31 (Q); 7. Svetlana Timochinina, Russia, 309.21 (Q); 8. Choe Myong Hwa, North Korea, 308.73 (Q); 9. Olena Zhupina, Ukraine, 304.65 (Q); 10. Natalya Chikina, Kazakstan, 296.58 (Q).

 11. Ute Wetzig, Germany, 289.38 (Q); 12. Rebecca Gilmore, Australia, 288.99 (Q); 13. Pei-Hua Hsieh, Taiwan, 284.91 (Q); 14. Irina Vyguzova, Kazakstan, 284.52 (Q); 15. Dolores Saez de Ibarra, Spain, 283.41 (Q); 16. Sara Reiling, Roseville, Minn., 282.84 (Q); 17. Angelique Rodriguez Amadeo, Puerto Rico, 273.36 (Q); 18. Evgeniya Olshevskaya, Russia, 271.05 (Q); 19. Juliana Veloso, Brazil, 266.04; 20, Ditte Kotzian, Germany, 265.32.

 21. Clara Elena Ciocan, Romania, 265.29; 22. Ri Ok Rim, North Korea, 262.20; 23. Odile Arboles-Souchon, France, 260.25; 24. Loudy Tourky, Australia, 257.40; 25. Sally Freeman, Britain, 256.17; 26. Nana Nebieridze, Georgia, 252.09; 27. Leire Santos, Spain, 247.41; 28. Lesley Ward, Britain, 238.65; 29. Eftihia Pappa-Papavasilopoulou, Greece, 236.79; 30. Maria Jose Alcala Izguerra, Mexico, 235.53.

 31. Yolanda Ortiz, Cuba, 231.63; 32. Svitlana Serbina, Ukraine, 230.64; 33. Azul Lizeth Almazan Lopez, Mexico, 229.29; 34. Mun Yee Leong, Malaysia, 227.28; 35. Claire Febvay, France, 222.81; 36. Anisoara Opriea, Romania, 221.82; 37. Marion Reiff, Austria, 206.55; 38. Maria Konstantatou, Greece, 189.57; 39. Choi Hye-jin, South Korea, 187.17; 40. Shenny Ratna Amelia, Indonesia, 170.07.

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 EQUESTRIAN

 Individual Three-Day Event

 Cross-Country Penalties in Parentheses

 Overall: 1. David O'Connor (Custom Made), (29.00, 0.00, 5.00), 34.00; 2. Andrew Hoy (Swizzle In), Australia (39.80, 0.00, 0.00), 39.80; 3. Mark Todd (Eyespy Ii), New Zealand (39.00, 0.00, 3.00), 42.00; 4. Rodolphe Scherer (Bambi De Briere), France (41.40, 0.00, 5.00), 46.40; 5. Fabio Magni (Cool'n Breezy), Italy (44.00, 0.00, 5.00), 49.00; 6. Heidi Antikatzidis (Michaelmas), Greece (37.40, 0.00, 13.00), 50.40; 7. Mary King (Star Appeal), Britain (47.00, 0.00, 5.00), 52.00; 8. Robert Costello (Chevalier), South Pines, N.C. (42.40, 0.00, 10.00), 52.40; 9. Julie Black (Hyde Park Corner), U.S., (52.80, 0.80, 0.00), 53.60; 10. Ian Stark (Arakai), Britain (51.00, 0.00, 5.00), 56.00.

 11. Karen Dixon (Too Smart), Britain (50.40, 0.00, 10.00), 60.40; 12. Jean-Lou Bigot (Twist La Beige), France (56.40, 0.00, 10.00), 66.40; 13. Eduard Stibbe (Eton), Netherlands Antilles (53.80, 4.80, 13.00), 71.60; 14. Paula Toernqvist (Monaghan), Sweden (60.60, 2.80, 11.00), 74.40; 15. Andrea Verdina (Donnizetti), Italy (53.80, 20.00, 14.00), 87.80; 16. Brook Staples (Master Monarch), Australia (47.60, 38.80, 10.00), 96.40; 17. Austin O'Connor (Fabio), Ireland (52.80, 39.20, 5.00), 97.00; 18. Trevor Smith (High Scope), Ireland (65.00, 36.80, 0.00), 101.80; 19. Annette Wyrwoll (Bantry Bay), Germany (45.00, 72.80, 0.00), 117.80; 20. Amanda Ross (Otto Schumaker), Australia (44.80, 87.20, 10.00), 142.00.

 21. Carlos Paro (Feline), Brazil (81.60, 19.20, 47.00), 147.80;

 22. Bruce Mandeville (Larissa), New Westminster, B.C., (62.80, 132.80, 0.00), 195.60; 23. Imtiaz Anees (Spring Invader), India (61.00, 165.60, 10.00), 236.60.

 Not Ranked

 Enrique Sarasola (Cool Boy), Spain, DQ; Wyn St John (Oliver), Edmonton, WDR; Marina Koehncke (Longchamps), Germany, DQ; Jorge Fernandez (Tiberio), Uruguay, DQ; Henry Gramajo (Potencial), Uruguay, DQ; Bruno Goyens de Heusch (Graceland Cavalier), Belgium, DNF; Sofia Andler (Amaretto), Sweden, DNF; Kai Rueder (Butscher), Germany, DNF; Nils Haagensen (Discovery Ii), Denmark, DNF; Roberto Macedo (Fricote), Brazil, DNF; Mary Jane Tumbridge (Bermuda's Gold), Bermuda, DNF; Blyth Tait (Welton Envoy), New Zealand, DNF; Nicolas Touzaint (Cobra D'or), France, DNF; Daisuke Kato (Akwaba), Japan, DNF; Piia Pantsu (Uppercut), Finland, DNF.

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 FENCING

 Men

 Team 70m

 First Round

 1. Russia (Baljinima Tsyrempilov; Bair Badenov; Iouri Leontiev), def. Netherlands (Wietse van Alten; Henk Vogels; Fred van Zutphen), 248-241; 2. Turkey (Ozdemir Akbal; Hasan Orbay; Serdar Satir), def. Japan (Yuji Hamano; Masafumi Makiyama; Takayoshi Matsushita), 253-231; 3. Italy (Matteo Bisiani; Ilario di Buo; Michele Frangilli), def. France (Sebastien Flute; Lionel Torres; Jocelyn de Grandis), 250-239; 4. Kazakhstan (Stanislav Zabrodskiy; Vadim Shikarev; Alexandr Li), def. Norway (Lars Erik Humlekjaer; Martinus Grov; Baard Nesteng), 246-241; 5. Sweden (Magnus Petersson; Mattias Eriksson; Niklas Eriksson), def. Australia (Matthew Gray; Simon Fairweather; Scott Hunter-Russell), 241-238; 6. Ukraine (Serhiy Antonov; Viktor Kurchenko; Igor Parkhomenko), def. China (Tang Hua; Yang Bo; Fu Shengjun), 244-235.

 Quarter-finals

 1. Italy (Matteo Bisiani; Ilario di Buo; Michele Frangilli), def. Kazakstan (Stanislav Zabrodskiy; Vadim Shikarev; Alexandr Li), 249-244; 2. U.S. (Butch Johnson; Victor Wunderle; Rod White), def. Sweden (Magnus Petersson; Mattias Eriksson; Niklas Eriksson), 255-244; 3. Russia (Baljinima Tsyrempilov; Bair Badenov; Iouri Leontiev), def. Turkey (Ozdemir Akbal; Hasan Orbay; Serdar Satir), 247-245; 4. South Korea (Oh Kyo-moon; Jang Yong-ho; Kim Chung-tae), def. Ukraine (Serhiy Antonov; Viktor Kurchenko; Igor Parkhomenko), 258-236.

 FENCING

 Men

 Team Foil

 Quarter-finals

 China (Dong Zhaozhi 2-1; Wang Haibin 3-0; Ye Chong 2-1), def. Russia (Dmitri Chevtchenko 2-1; Ilgar Mamedov 0-3; Andrey Deev 0-3), 45-30.

 Italy (Salvatore Sanzo 1-1; Matteo Zennaro 1-2; Daniele Crosta 3-0), def. Ukraine (Oleksiy Kruglyak 1-2; Sergiy Golubytsky 2-1; Oleksii Bryzgalov 0-2), 45-40.

 Poland (Slawomir Mocek 2-1; Ryszard Sobczak 2-1; Adam Krzesinski 2-1), def. Germany (Wolfgang Wienand 0-3; Ralf Bissdorf 2-1; Richard Breutner 1-2), 45-37.

 France (Jean-Noel Ferrari 2-1; Lionel Plumenail 0-2; Brice Guyart 2-1), def. Cuba (Elvis Gregory 2-0; Oscar Garcia 1-2; Rolando Tucker 1-2), 45-43.

 Semifinal

 China (Wang Haibin 2-0; Ye Chong 2-1; Dong Zhaozhi 2-0), def. Italy (Daniele Crosta 0-2; Salvatore Sanzo 1-2; Matteo Zennaro 0-2), 45-32.

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 JUDO

 Men

 Over 100-kg

 Gold Medal Match: David Douillet, France, def. Shinichi Shinohara, Japan, Yusei-Gachi.

 Bronze Medal Matches: Indrek Pertelson, Estonia, def. Ruslan Sharapov, Belarus, Ippon, 01:29; Tamerlan Tmenov, Russia, def. Selim Tataroglu, Turkey, Ippon, 01:36.

 Women

 Gold Medal Match: Yuan Hua, China, def. Daima Mayelis Beltran, Cuba, Yusei-Gachi.

 Bronze Medal Matches: Kim Seon-young, South Korea, def. Sandra Koeppen, Germany, Yusei-Gachi; Mayumi Yamashita, Japan, def. Christine Cicot, France, Ippon, 04:00.

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 SAILING

 Open

 49er

 1. U.S, (Jonathan McKee; Charlie McKee) (6-3-1-11-3-5-1-5-14-13-1-3), 39; 2. Finland (Thomas Johanson; Jyrki Jarvi) (2-4-7-2-7-2-12-3-4-10-6-2), 39; 3. Britain (Ian Barker; Simon Hiscocks) (13-5-4-4-5-6-10-6-2-4-2-9), 47; 4. Spain (Santiago Lopez-Vazquez; Javier de la Plaza) (1-18-5-1-8-11-8-4-3-1-11-11), 53; 5. Germany (Marcus Baur; Philip Barth) (5-9-6-6-1-4-3-11-12-11-5-6), 56.

 6. Australia (Chris Nicholson; Daniel Phillips) (11-6-17-10-11-1-14-1-1-12-3-1), 57; 7. Portugal (Afonso Domingos; Diogo Cayolla) (7-11-8-3-13-3-6-8-13-3-4-13), 66; 8. New Zealand (Daniel Slater; Nathan Handley) (14-2-3-8-9-18-5-12-7-5-12-4), 67; 9. Denmark (Michael Hestbaek; Jonatan Aage Persson) (8-12-2-5-2-7-13-17-8-9-8-16), 74; 10. Ukraine (Rodion Luka; Georgiy Leonchuk) (3-1-13-9-15-18-9-14-5-2-18-7), 78.

 Tornado

 1. Austria (Roman Hagara; Hans Peter Steinacher) (3-1-2-1-1-4-1-1-2), 12; 2. Australia (Darren Bundock; John Forbes) (1-3-4-4-4-7-2-4-5), 27; 3. France (Pierre Pennec; Yann Guichard) (4-8-13-2-5-3-3-9-4), 38; 4. Germany (Roland Gaebler; Rene Schwall) (10-4-8-5-3-11-7-2-1), 40; 5. New Zealand (Chris Dickson; Glen Sowry) (5-2-7-15-10-1-5-7-12), 49; 6. Puerto Rico (Enrique Figueroa Suarez; Pedro E Colon Hernandez) (11-11-1-7-9-2-4-8-13), 53; 7. U.S. (John Lovell; Charlie Ogletree) (8-6-5-8-2-10-11-12-3), 53; 8. Britain (Hugh Styles; Adam May) (2-5-3-10-7-6-17-11-10), 54; 9. Spain (Fernando Leon; Jose Luis Ballester) (7-9-9-14-6-12-9-3-9), 64;

 10. Argentina (Santiago Lange; Mariano Parada) (6-13-10-3-8-5-6-17-15), 66.

 

 Mistral (Board)

 1. Amelie Lux, Germany (1-2-2-1-1-4-2-2-3-2), 13; 2. Alessandra Sensini, Italy (3-12-1-3-2-1-4-1-2-1), 14; 3. Barbara Kendall, New Zealand (2-1-3-2-3-7-1-3-1-5), 16; 4. Lanee Butler, U.S., (30-3-4-12-6-5-6-7-4-10), 45; 5. Jessica Crisp, Australia (13-4-15-4-4-9-8-4-16-3), 49; 6. Lai Shan Lee, Hong Kong (5-5-10-5-8-17-10-6-6-4), 49; 7. Zhang Chujun, China (10-8-17-8-11-6-3-5-5-8), 53; 8. Maria del Carmen Vaz, Spain (4-14-5-14-9-19-11-8-9-6), 66; 9. Anna Galecka, Poland (8-13-7-13-5-8-9-12-7-14), 69; 10. Lise Vidal, France (7-6-6-9-25-3-30-10-8-21), 70.

 17. Caroll-Ann Alie, Gracefield, Que. (15-15-21-16-27-12-17-18-20-11), 124.

 

 Men

 470

 1. U.S. (Paul Foerster; Robert Merrick) (8-9-4-11-1-1), 23; 2. Portugal (Alvaro Marinho; Miguel Nunes) (1-4-6-7-5-9), 23; 3. Australia (Tom King; Mark Turnbull) (5-1-2-14-7-10), 25; 4. Britain (Nicholas Rogers; Joe Glanfield) (4-3-17-1-8-18), 33; 5. Argentina (Javier Conte; Juan de la Fuente) (11-6-8-5-30-6), 36.

 6. Greece (Andreas Kosmatopoulos; Konstantinos Trigkonis) (13-7-21-6-3-8), 37; 7. Russia (Dmitri Berezkine; Mikhail Kroutikov) (9-17-1-2-14-26), 43; 8. Ukraine (Evhen Braslavets; Igor Matvienko) (2-5-30-30-6-2), 45; 9. Slovenia (Tomaz Copi; Mitja Margon) (23-13-3-4-12-13), 45; 10. New Zealand (Simon Cooke; Peter Nicholas) (6-15-9-12-10-12), 49.

 

 Mistral (Board)

 1. Carlos Espinola, Argentina (8-3-8-1-5-7-2-27-6), 40; 2. Christoph Sieber, Austria (1-2-1-24-1-10-7-24-4), 50; 3. Aaron McIntosh, New Zealand (37-9-4-10-9-3-1-5-12), 53; 4. Nikolaos Kaklamanakis, Greece (20-12-5-9-7-6-4-14-7), 64; 5. Lars Kleppich, Australia (4-37-18-3-8-1-18-8-5), 65; 6. Mike Gebhardt, U.S., (2-22-10-16-11-9-10-7-11), 76; 7. Alexandre Guyader, France (22-4-28-6-4-15-5-11-9), 76; 8. Alexander Baronjan, Germany (13-5-6-5-10-11-9-37-17), 76; 9. Amit Inbar, Israel (3-13-14-13-13-5-37-4-13), 78; 10. Przemyslaw Miarczynski, Poland (19-8-7-14-2-8-15-19-10), 83.

 

 Women

 470

 1. Ukraine (Ruslana Taran; Olena Pakholchyk) (5-7-3-13-5-1), 21; 2. Germany (Nicola Birkner; Wibke Buelle) (8-2-4-6-12-4), 24; 3. New Zealand (Melinda Henshaw; Jenny Egnot) (13-3-6-1-7-10), 27; 4. Israel (Shani Kedmi; Anat Fabrikant) (7-12-1-15-3-5), 28; 5. U.S. (J J Isler; Pease Glaser) (6-1-15-3-4-16), 29.

 6. Australia (Jenny Armstrong; Belinda Stowell) (1-11-18-5-8-7), 32; 7. Japan (Yumiko Shige; Yurie Alicia Kinoshita) (9-5-10-7-1-15), 32; 8. Italy (Federica Salva'; Emanuela Sossi) (4-4-9-16-2-19), 35; 9. Sweden (Lena Carlsson; Agneta Engstrom) (18-13-2-10-6-9), 40; 10. Spain (Natalia Via Dufresne; Sandra Azon) (14-18-5-2-19-3), 42.

 

 Mistral (Board)

 1. Amelie Lux, Germany (1-2-2-1-1-4-2-2-3-2), 13; 2. Alessandra Sensini, Italy (3-12-1-3-2-1-4-1-2-1), 14; 3. Barbara Kendall, New Zealand (2-1-3-2-3-7-1-3-1-5), 16; 4. Lanee Butler, U.S., (30-3-4-12-6-5-6-7-4-10), 45; 5. Jessica Crisp, Australia (13-4-15-4-4-9-8-4-16-3), 49; 6. Lai Shan Lee, Hong Kong (5-5-10-5-8-17-10-6-6-4), 49; 7. Zhang Chujun, China (10-8-17-8-11-6-3-5-5-8), 53; 8. Maria del Carmen Vaz, Spain (4-14-5-14-9-19-11-8-9-6), 66; 9. Anna Galecka, Poland (8-13-7-13-5-8-9-12-7-14), 69; 10. Lise Vidal, France (7-6-6-9-25-3-30-10-8-21), 70.

 17. Caroll-Ann Alie, Gracefield, Que. (15-15-21-16-27-12-17-18-20-11), 124.

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 SHOOTING

 Men

 10m Running Target

 Final: 1. Yang Ling, China, (581.0, 100.1), 681.1; 2. Oleg Moldovan, Moldova, (580.0, 101.0), 681.0; 3. Niu Zhiyuan, China, (578.0, 99.4), 677.4; 4. Pasi Wedman, Finland, (575.0, 97.1), 672.1; 5. Dmitri Lykine, Russia, (573.0, 98.7), 671.7; 6. Manfred Kurzer, Germany, (573.0, 98.3), 671.3; 7. Igor Kolessov, Russia, (576.0, 91.5), 667.5; 8. Miroslav Janus, Czech Republic, (575.0, 91.8), 666.8; 9. Andres Felipe Torres, Colombia, (573.0, 0), 573.0; 10. Attila Solti, Guatemala, (572.0, 0), 572.0.

 11. Jozsef Sike, Hungary, (571.0, 0), 571.0; 12 (tie). Jozsef Angyan, Hungary, (570.0, 0), 570.0; Michael Jakosits, Germany, (570.0, 0), 570.0; Adam Saathoff, U.S., (570.0, 0), 570.0; 15. Oleksandr Zinenko, Ukraine, (569.0, 0), 569.0; 16. David Jones, Australia, (562.0, 0), 562.0; 17. Adam Gitsham, Australia, (556.0, 0), 556.0; 18. Lance Dement, U.S., (541.0, 0), 541.0.

 

 Skeet (125-Targets)

 Qualifying

 Day 1

 1 (tie), Petr Malek, Czech Republic, 75.0; Mykola Milchev, Ukraine, 75.0; Gijs Van Beek, Netherlands, 75.0; 4. Nasser S Alattiya, Qatar, 74.0; 5. Sheikh Saeed Al Maktoum, United Arab Emirates, 74.0; 6. Jeon Chan-Sik, South Korea, 74.0; 7. Boriss Timofejevs, Latvia, 74.0; 8, Sergey Yakshin, Kazakhstan, 73.0; 9 (tie). Abdullah Al Rashidi, Kuwait, 73.0; Saeed Al-Motery, Saudi Arabia, 73.0; Jason Caswell, Winnipeg, 73.0; Todd Graves, U.S., 73.0; Mohamed Khorched, Egypt, 73.0; Marcelo Yarad, Chile, 73.0.

 15. (tie), Antonis Andreou, Cyprus, 72.0; Andrea Benelli, Italy, 72.0; John Davison, Britain, 72.0; Hennie Dompeling, Netherlands, 72.0; Franck Durbesson, France, 72.0; Ennio Falco, Italy, 72.0; Andrzej Glyda, Poland, 72.0; Khurram Inam, Pakistan, 72.0; Andrei Inesin, Estonia, 72.0; Harald Jensen, Norway, 72.0; Tomas Johansson, Sweden, 72.0; Michael Schmidt Jr., U.S., 72.0.

 27 (tie), Georgios Achilleos, Cyprus, 71.0; Clive Barton, Australia, 71.0; Bronislav Bechynsky, Czech Republic, 71.0; Jan-Henrik Heinrich, Germany, 71.0; Geoffrey Jukes, New Zealand, 71.0; Timo Laitinen, Finland, 71.0; Michael John Maskell, Barbados, 71.0; Juan Miguel Rodriguez, Cuba, 71.0.

 35 (tie), Roberto E Carlo Mendoza, Puerto Rico, 70.0; Pietro Genga, Italy, 70.0; Saud Habib, Kuwait, 70.0; Mostafa Hamdy, Egypt, 70.0; Juan Romero Arribas, Guatemala, 70.0; Nikolai Teplyi, Russia, 70.0; Guillermo Alfredo Torres, Cuba, 70.0.

 

 Women

 25m Sport Pistol

 Women

 25m Sport Pistol

 Final: 1. Maria Grozdeva, Bulgaria, (589.0, 101.3), 690.3; 2. Tao Luna, China, (590.0, 99.8), 689.8; 3. Lolita Evglevskaya, Belarus, (583.0, 103.0), 686.0; 4. Yulia Sinyak, Belarus, (584.0, 101.9), 685.9; 5. Michiko Fukushima, Japan, (585.0, 99.8), 684.8; 6. Otryad Gundegmaa, Mongolia, (581.0, 99.9), 680.9; 7. Yoko Inada, Japan, (581.0, 98.6), 679.6; 8. Cai Yeqing, China, (582.0, 96.8), 678.8; 9 (tie), Marina Logvinenko, Russia, (580.0, 0), 580.0; Beki Snyder, U.S., (580.0, 0), 580.0.

 11 (tie), Yuliya Bondareva, Kazakhstan, (579.0, 0), 579.0; Diana Mata, Albania, (579.0, 0), 579.0; Linda Ryan, Australia, (579.0, 0), 579.0; Nino Salukvadze, Georgia, (579.0, 0), 579.0; 15 (tie), Olga Kouznetsova, Russia, (578.0, 0), 578.0; Christine Trefry, Australia, (578.0, 0), 578.0; 17. Jasna Sekaric, Yugoslavia, (577.0, 0), 577.0; 18 (tie), Carmen Meininger, Germany, (576.0, 0), 576.0; Song Ji-young, South Korea, (576.0, 0), 576.0; 20 (tie), Cao Ying, China, (575.0, 0), 575.0; Maria Pilar Fernandez, Spain, (575.0, 0), 575.0; Agathi Kassoumi, Greece, (575.0, 0), 575.0; Margarita Tarradel, Cuba, (575.0, 0), 575.0.

 24. Janine Bowman, U.S., (574.0, 0), 574.0; 25 (tie), Boo Soon-hee, South Korea, (573.0, 0), 573.0; Ayse Kil, Turkey, (573.0, 0), 573.0; Dorjsuren Munkhbayar, Mongolia, (573.0, 0), 573.0; 28 (tie). Dina Aspandiyarova, Kazakstan, (572.0, 0), 572.0; Karen Hansen, Denmark, (572.0, 0), 572.0; Diana Iorgova, Bulgaria, (572.0, 0), 572.0.

 31. Irada Ashumova, Azerbaijan, (569.0, 0), 569.0; 32. Adriana Rendon, Colombia, (568.0, 0), 568.0; 33. Monica Rundqvist, Sweden, (567.0, 0), 567.0; 33. Nino Uchadze, Georgia, (567.0, 0), 567.0;

 35. Kim Eagles, Maple Ridge, B.C., (566.0, 0), 566.0; 36. Irina Maharani, Malaysia, (564.0, 0), 564.0; 37. Tania Corrigan, New Zealand, (563.0, 0), 563.0; 37. Maria Gabriela Franco, Venezuela, (563.0, 0), 563.0; 39 (tie), Susanne Meltz Meyerhoff, Denmark, (562.0, 0), 562.0; Anke Schumann, Germany, (562.0, 0), 562.0.

 41. Luisa Cristina Maida, El Salvador, (557.0, 0), 557.0; 42. Ruwani Abeymanne, Sri Lanka, (553.0, 0), 553.0.

 

 ROWING

 Men

 Lightweight Double Sculls

 Semifinals

 Heat 1: 1. Poland (Tomasz Kucharski; Robert Sycz), 6:20.60 (Q); 2. Switzerland (Markus Gier; Michael Gier), 6:23.08 (Q); 3. Germany (Ingo Euler; Bernhard Ruehling), 6:24.55 (Q); 4. Australia (Haimish Karrasch; Bruce Hick), 6:25.20; 5. United States (Steve Tucker; Conal Groom), 6:32.86; 6. Netherlands (Maarten van der Linden; Pepijn Aardewijn), 6:43.80.

 Heat 2: 1. France (Pascal Touron; Thibaud Chapelle), 6:21.32 (Q); 2. Italy (Elia Luini; Leonardo Pettinari), 6:21.59 (Q); 3. Japan (Hitoshi Hase; Daisaku Takeda), 6:23.37 (Q); 4. Greece (Vasileios Polymeros; Panagiotis Miliotis), 6:25.38; 5. Mexico (Romulo Bouzas Rodriguez; Gerardo Miguel Gomez Counahan), 6:33.62; 6. Spain (Juan Zunzunegui; Ruben Alvarez), 6:39.49.

 

 Lightweight Four

 Semifinals

 Heat 1: 1. Australia (Simon Burgess; Anthony Edwards; Darren Balmforth; Robert Richards), 6:00.82 (Q); 2. France (Laurent Porchier; Jean-Christophe Bette; Yves Hocde; Xavier Dorfman), 6:00.85 (Q); 3. U.S. (Marc Schneider; Greg Ruckman; Paul Teti; Thomas Auth), 6:05.13 (Q); 4. Austria (Helfried Jurtschitsch; Bernd Wakolbinger; Martin Kobau; Wolfgang Sigl), 6:10.11; 5. Ireland (Neville Maxwell; Neal Byrne; Gearoid Towey; Anthony O'Connor), 6:10.30; 6. Germany (Roland Haendle; Marcus Mielke; Thorsten Schmidt; Bjoern Spaeter), 6:15.75.

 Heat 2: 1. Italy (Salvatore Amitrano; Franco Sancassani; Catello Amarante; Carlo Gaddi), 6:00.82 (Q); 2. Denmark (Soren Madsen; Thomas Ebert; Eskild Ebbesen; Victor Feddersen), 6:01.67 (Q); 3. South Africa (Mark Raeside Rowand; Ross Hawkins; Roger Tobler; Mike Hasselbach), 6:02.09 (Q); 4. Canada (Iain Brambell, Victoria; Chris Davidson, Oakville, Ont.; Gavin Hassett, Victoria; Jon Beare, Toronto), 6:02.49; 5. Netherlands (Joris Trooster; Jeroen Spaans; Simon Kolkman; Robert van der Vooren), 6:03.25; 6. Russia (Dmitri Kartachov; Andrei Chevel; Serguei Boukreev; Alexandre Ziouzine), 6:07.99.

 

 Quad Sculls

 Semifinals

 Heat 1: 1. Germany (Marco Geisler; Andreas Hajek; Stephan Volkert; Andre Willms), 5:48.92 (Q); 2. Australia (Peter Hardcastle; Jason Day; Stuart Reside; Duncan Free), 5:50.26 (Q); 3. Switzerland (Simon Stuerm; Christian Stofer; Michael Erdlen; Andre Vonarburg), 5:53.07 (Q); 4, France (Yvan Deslaviere; Guillaume Jeannet; Sebastien Vieilledent; Samuel Barathay), 5:54.68; 5. Belgium (Stijn Smulders; Arnaud Duchesne; Luc Goiris; Bjorn Hendrickx), 5:56.36; 6., Poland (Karol Lazar; Slawomir Kruszkowski; Adam Bronikowski; Michal Wojciechowski), 6:02.11.

 Heat 2: 1. Italy (Agostino Abbagnale; Alessio Sartori; Rossano Galtarossa; Simone Raineri), 5:44.08 (Q); 2. Netherlands (Jochem Verberne; Dirk Lippits; Diederik Simon; Michiel Bartman), 5:47.80 (Q); 3. Ukraine (Oleksandr Marchenko; Oleg Lykov; Olexandr Zaskal'ko; Leonid Shaposhnykov), 5:48.15 (Q); 4. U.S. (Sean Hall; Nicholas Peterson; Ian McGowan; Jake Wetzel), 5:49.89; 5. Austria (Raphael Hartl; Horst Nussbaumer; Arnold Jonke; Norbert Lambing), 6:00.27; 6. Cuba (Leonides Same; Eusebio Acea; Yoennis Hernandez; Yosbel Martinez), 6:01.39.

 

 Women

 Lightweight Double Sculls

 Semifinals

 Heat 1: 1. Romania (Constanta Burcica; Angela Alupei), 6:59.85 (Q); 2. Germany (Valerie Viehoff; Claudia Blasberg), 7:02.46 (Q); 3. Australia (Sally Newmarch; Virginia Lee), 7:06.58 (Q); 4. France (Benedicte Luzuy; Christelle Fernandez-Schulte), 7:09.32; 5. Canada (Fiona Milne, Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ont.; Tracy Duncan, Saskatoon), 7:14.58; 6. Bulgaria (Viktoriya Dimitrova; Margarita Petrova), 7:22.47.

 Heat 2: 1. U.S. (Christine Collins; Sarah Garner), 7:04.86 (Q); 2. Netherlands (Kirsten van der Kolk; Marit van Eupen), 7:07.16 (Q); 3. Switzerland (Kim Plugge; Pia Vogel), 7:07.22 (Q); 4. Poland (Elzbieta Kuncewicz; Ilona Mokronowska), 7:08.73; 5. China (Yu Hua; Ou Shaoyan), 7:18.60; 6. Greece (Angeliki Gkremou; Chrysi Biskitzi), 7:21.88.

 SWIMMING

 Men

 50m Freestyle

 Final

 1 (tie), Anthony Ervin and Gary Hall Jr., both U.S., 21.98; 3. Pieter van den Hoogenband, Netherlands, 22.03; 4. Lorenzo Vismara, Italy, 22.11; 5. Bartosz Kizierowski, Poland, 22.22; 6. Alexander Popov, Russia, 22.24; 7. Mark Foster, Britain, 22.41; 8. Oleksandr Volynets, Ukraine, 22.51.

 

 100m Butterfly

 Final

 1. Lars Froelander, Sweden, 52.00; 2. Michael Klim, Australia, 52.18; 3. Geoff Huegill, Australia, 52.22; 4. Ian Crocker, U.S., 52.44; 5 (tie), Michael Mintenko, Moose Jaw, Sask.; Takashi Yamamoto, Japan, both 52.58; 7. Thomas Rupprath, Germany, 53.13; 7. Anatoli Poliakov, Russia, 53.13.

 

 1500m Freestyle

 Heat 1: 1. Vlastimil Burda, Czech Republic, 15:33.25; 2. Yun-Lun Li, Taiwan, 16:13.05; NR, Ivan Ivanov, Kyrgyzstan, DQ.

 Heat 2: 1. Juan Carlos Piccio, Philippines, 15:51.57; 2. Agustin Ignacio Fiorilli, Argentina, 15:52.69; 3. Dieung Manggang, Malaysia, 16:02.11; 4. Jonathan Duncan, New Zealand, 16:03.41; 5. Steven Chandra, Indonesia, 16:10.98; 6. Diego Mularoni, San Marino, 16:12.91.

 Heat 3: 1. Ricardo Monasterio, Venezuela, 15:17.00; 2. Dmitry Koptur, Belarus, 15:29.62; 3. Spyridon Gianniotis, Greece, 15:29.69; 4. Torwai Sethsothorn, Thailand, 15:39.60; 5. Petar Stoychev, Bulgaria, 15:42.76; 6. Jorge Carral Armella, Mexico, 15:43.03; 7. Jin Hao, China, 15:48.49; 8. Cho Sung-Mo, South Korea, 15:50.45.

 Heat 4: 1. Kieren Perkins, Australia, 14:58.34 (Q); 2. Alexei Filipets, Russia, 15:10.94 (Q); 3. Igor Chervynskiy, Ukraine, 15:12.30 (Q); 4. Frederik Hviid, Spain, 15:14.37; 5. Luiz Lima, Brazil, 15:23.15; 6. Alexei Kovriguine, Russia, 15:30.69; 7. Andrew Hurd, Oakville, Ont., 15:30.98; 8. Tim Peterson, Vancouver, 15:34.94.

 Heat 5: 1. Erik Vendt, U.S., 15:05.11 (Q); 2. Chris Thompson, U.S., 15:11.21 (Q); 3. Heiko Hell, Germany, 15:11.91 (Q); 4. Masato Hirano, Japan, 15:14.43; 5. Igor Snitko, Ukraine, 15:14.67; 6. Teo Edo, Spain, 15:32.01; 7. Hannes Kalteis, Austria, 15:32.90; 8. Adam Faulkner, Britain, 15:39.86.

 Heat 6: 1. Grant Hackett, Australia, 15:07.50 (Q); 2. Ryk Neethling, South Africa, 15:09.12 (Q); 3. Dragos Coman, Romania, 15:12.64; 4. Christian Minotti, Italy, 15:12.72; 5. Nicolas Rostoucher, France, 15:13.26; 6. Yota Arase, Japan, 15:18.20; 7. Paul Palmer, Britain, 15:21.09; 8. Emiliano Brembilla, Italy, 15:27.95.

 

 400m Individual Medley

 Heat 1: 1. Hungary (Peter Horvath, 55.74; Karoly Guttler, 1:01.52; Zsolt Gaspar, 52.36; Attila Zubor, 48.96), 3:38.58 (Q); 2. France (Simon Dufour, 55.82; Hugues Duboscq, 1:02.16; Franck Esposito, 52.60; Frederic Bousquet, 49.73), 3:40.31 (Q); 3. Canada (Chris Renaud, Calgary, 56.26; Morgan Knabe, Calgary, 1:00.88; Shamek Pietucha, Edmonton, 53.27; Yannick Lupien, Ste-Foy, Que., 50.15), 3:40.56 (Q); 4. Russia (Vladislav Aminov, 56.53; Dmitri Komornikov, 1:01.70; Igor Martchenko, 53.75; Denis Pimankov, 48.85), 3:40.83; 5. Sweden (Mattias Ohlin, 57.05; Martin Gustavsson, 1:01.86; Daniel Carlsson, 53.30; Stefan Nystrand, 48.67), 3:40.88; 6. Switzerland (Philipp Gilgen, 57.31; Remo Luetolf, 1:01.64; Philippe Meyer, 53.95; Karel Novy, 49.88), 3:42.78; 7. Kyrgyzstan (Alexandr Shilin, 57.88; Alexandr Tkachev, 1:03.69; Konstantin Ushkov, 54.05; Sergey Ashihmin, 51.08), 3:46.70; 8. Malaysia (Alex Lim, 58.48; Elvin Chia, 1:03.18; Anthony Ang, 55.70; Allen Ong, 50.96), 3:48.32.

 Heat 2: 1. Australia (Josh Watson, 55.39; Ryan Mitchell, 1:02.29; Adam Pine, 52.87; Ian Thorpe, 48.83), 3:39.38 (Q); 2. Netherlands (Klaas-Erik Zwering, 56.99; Marcel Wouda, 1:01.74; Joris Keizer, 52.24; Mark Veens, 49.13), 3:40.10 (Q); 3. Brazil (Alexandre Massura Neto, 55.83; Eduardo Fischer, 1:03.49; Fernando Scherer, 53.80; Gustavo Borges, 49.19), 3:42.31; 4. South Africa (Simon Thirsk, 56.88; Brett Petersen, 1:02.51; Theo Verster, 53.52; Nicholas Folker, 49.53), 3:42.44; 5. Israel (Eithan Urbach, 56.12; Tal Stricker, 1:02.65; Yoav Meiri, 54.54; Yoav Bruck, 50.08), 3:43.39; 6. China (Fu Yong, 58.34; Zhu Yi, 1:03.35; Ouyang Kunpeng, 53.96; Xie Xufeng, 51.72), 3:47.37; NR, Finland, DQ; NR, Poland, DNS.

 Heat 3: 1. Germany (Stev Theloke, 55.54; Jens Kruppa, 1:01.39; Thomas Rupprath, 52.39; Torsten Spanneberg, 49.18), 3:38.50 (Q); 2. U.S. (Neil Walker, 55.10; Ed Moses, 1:01.34; Tommy Hannan, 53.32; Jason Lezak, 48.83), 3:38.59 (Q); 3. Britain (Neil Willey, 56.13; Darren Mew, 1:01.01; James Hickman, 52.84; Sion Brinn, 49.62), 3:39.60 (Q); 4. Ukraine (Volodymyr Nikolaychuk, 56.41; Oleg Lisogor, 1:01.84; Denys Sylant'yev, 52.99; Vyacheslav Shyrshov, 49.81), 3:41.05; 5. Croatia (Gordan Kozulj, 56.52; Vanja Rogulj, 1:02.19; Milos Milosevic, 54.08; Duje Draganja, 49.94), 3:42.73; 6. Spain (David Ortega, 55.68; Santiago Castellanos, 1:03.15; Daniel Morales, 53.91; Javier Botello, 50.02), 3:42.76; 7. Argentina (Eduardo German Otero, 58.00; Sergio Andres Ferreyra, 1:02.73; Pablo Martin Abal, 53.96; Jose Martin Meolans, 48.92), 3:43.61; 8. Cuba (Rodolfo Falcon, 55.97; Gunter Rodriguez, 1:05.40; Yohan Garcia, 55.65; Marcos Hernandez, 49.86), 3:46.88.

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 Women

 200m Backstroke

 Final

 1. Diana Mocanu, Romania, 2:08.16; 2. Roxana Maracineanu, France, 2:10.25; 3. Miki Nakao, Japan, 2:11.05; 4. Tomoko Hagiwara, Japan, 2:11.21; 5. Amanda Adkins, U.S., 2:12.35; 6. Nina Zhivanevskaya, Spain, 2:12.75; 7. Antje Buschschulte, Germany, 2:13.31; 8. Kelly Stefanyshyn, Winnipeg, 2:14.57.

 

 800m Freestyle

 Final

 1. Brooke Bennett, U.S., 8:19.67 (Olympic record. Old record: Janet Evans, U.S., 8:20.20, Sept. 24, 1988); 2. Yana Klochkova, Ukraine, 8:22.66; 3. Kaitlin Sandeno, U.S., 8:24.29; 4. Flavia Rigamonti, Switzerland, 8:25.91; 5. Hannah Stockbauer, Germany, 8:30.11; 6. Chen Hua, China, 8:30.58; 7. Jana Henke, Germany, 8:31.97; 8. Sachiko Yamada, Japan, 8:37.39.

 

 50m Freestyle

 Heat 1: 1. Moe Thu Aung, Myanmar, 26.80; 2. Paula Barila Bolopa, Equatorial Guinea, 1:03.97; NR, Fatema A Hameed Gerashi, Bahrain, DQ.

 Heat 2: 1. Theekshana Ratnasekera, Sri Lanka, 29.88; 2. Samar Nassar, Palsetine, 30.05; 3. Runa Pradhan, Nepal, 31.28; 4. Teran Matthews, St. Vincent and Grenadines, 31.71; 5. Fariha Fathimath, Maldives, 32.36; 6. Raksmey Hem, Kampuchea, 33.11; 7. Noor Haki, Iraq, 35.51.

 Heat 3: 1. Ngozi Monu, Nigeria, 28.20; 2. Tanya Anacleto, Mozambique, 28.78; 3. Alisa Khaleyeva, Azerbaijan, 28.79; 4. Sherri Henry, St. Lucia, 28.81; 5. Mbolatiana Ramanisa, Madagascar, 29.20; 6. Roshendra Vrolijk, Aruba, 29.31; 7. Yuliana Mikheeva, Armenia, 29.79; 8. Francilia Agar, Dominica, 32.22.

 Heat 4: 1. Ekaterina Tochenaya, Kyrgyzstan, 26.88; 2. Angela Chuck, Jamaica, 27.48; 3. Marilyn Chua, Malaysia, 27.66; 4. Duska Radan, Yugoslavia, 27.70; 5. Maria Tregubova, Moldova, 27.75; 6. Saida Iskandarova, Uzbekistan, 28.08; 7. Talia Barrios, Peru, 28.11; 8. Aissatou Barry, Guinea, 35.79.

 Heat 5: 1. Tzu-ying Chiang, Taiwan, 26.84; 2. Agnese Ozolina, Latvia, 27.28; 3. Pilin Tachakittiranan, Thailand, 27.31; 4. Marijana Surkovic, Croatia, 27.32; 5. Hiu Wai Sherry Tsai, Hong Kong, 27.38; 6. Chantal Gibney, Ireland, 27.46; 7. Jurate Ladaviciute, Lithuania, 27.54; 8. Elin Sigurdardottir, Iceland, 27.58.

 Heat 6: 1. Rania Elwani, Egypt, 25.87 (Q); 2. Mette Jacobsen, Denmark, 25.96; 3. Leah S Martindale, Barbados, 26.05; 4. Siobhan Cropper, Trinidad and Tobago, 26.36; 5. Lara Heinz, Luxembourg, 26.55; 6. Caroline Pickering, Fiji, 26.57; 7. Kirsty Coventry, Zimbabwe, 26.58; 8. Jang Hee-Jin, South Korea, 26.88.

 Heat 7: 1. Jana Kolukanova, Estonia, 25.96; 2. Elena Popchenko, Belarus, 26.10; 3 (tie), Liesbet Dreesen, Belgium; 3. Hanna-Maria Seppala, Finland, 26.21; 5. Ivana Walterova, Slovakia, 26.23; 6. Ekaterina Kibalo, Russia, 26.37; 7. Joscelin Yeo, Singapore, 26.71; 8. Athina Bochori, Greece, 26.90.

 Heat 8: 1. Dara Torres, U.S., 24.96 (Q); 2. Alison Sheppard, Britain, 25.53 (Q); 3. Susie O'Neill, Australia, 25.73 (Q); 4. Anna-Karin Kammerling, Sweden, 25.79 (Q); 5. Cristina Chiuso, Italy, 25.99; 6. Susan Rolph, Britain, 26.00; 7. Nadine Rolland, Brossard, Que., 26.04; 8. Sarah Ryan, Australia, 26.05.

 Heat 9: 1. Therese Alshammar, Sweden, 25.24 (Q); 2. Sandra Voelker, Germany, 25.44 (Q); 3. Wilma van Rijn, Netherlands, 25.81 (Q); 4. Ana Belen Palomo, Spain, 25.96; 5. Han Xue, China, 26.01; 6. Helene Muller, South Africa, 26.07; 7. Eileen Coparropa, Panama, 26.19; 8. Judith Draxler, Austria, 26.26.

 Heat 10: 1. Inge de Bruijn, Netherlands, 24.46 (Q); 2. Amy Van Dyken, U.S., 25.04 (Q); 3. Martina Moravcova, Slovakia, 25.39 (Q); 4. Vivienne Rignall, New Zealand, 25.52 (Q); 4. Sumika Minamoto, Japan, 25.52 (Q); 6. Katrin Meissner, Germany, 25.64 (Q); 7. Olga Mukomol, Ukraine, 25.67 (Q); 8. Jenna Gresdal, Huntsville, Ont., 26.79.

 Swim-off

 1. Jana Kolukanova, Estonia, 25.87 (Q); 2. Mette Jacobsen, Denmark, 26.00; NR, Ana Belen Palomo, Spain, DQ.

 Semifinals

 Heat 1: 1. Therese Alshammar, Sweden, 24.80 (Q); 2. Dara Torres, U.S., 24.98 (Q); 3. Sandra Voelker, Germany, 25.22 (Q); 4. Sumika Minamoto, Japan, 25.43 (Q); 5. Katrin Meissner, Germany, 25.62; 6. Susie O'Neill, Australia, 25.74; 7. Wilma van Rijn, Netherlands, 25.87; 8. Jana Kolukanova, Estonia, 26.03.

 Heat 2: 1. Inge de Bruijn, Netherlands, 24.13 (Q), (World record: Old record: Inge de Bruijn, Netherlands, 24.39, June 10, 2000); 2. Amy Van Dyken, U.S., 25.00 (Q); 3. Alison Sheppard, Britain, 25.32 (Q); 4. Martina Moravcova, Slovakia, 25.49 (Q); 5 (tie), Anna-Karin Kammerling, Sweden; Vivienne Rignall, New Zealand, 25.61; 7. Olga Mukomol, Ukraine, 25.88; 8. Rania Elwani, Egypt, 25.95.

 

 400m Individual Medley

 Heat 1: 1. South Africa (Charlene Wittstock, 1:02.57; Sarah Poewe, 1:08.89; Mandy Loots, 1:00.57; Helene Muller, 55.16), 4:07.19 (Q); 2. Britain (Katy Sexton, 1:02.22; Heidi Earp, 1:10.04; Susan Rolph, 1:00.11; Karen Pickering, 55.15), 4:07.52 (Q); 3. Belgium (Sofie Wolfs, 1:05.15; Brigitte Becue, 1:08.88; Fabienne Dufour, 1:00.99; Nina van Koeckhoven, 55.96), 4:10.98; 4. Poland (Aleksandra Miciul, 1:04.18; Alicja Peczak, 1:09.19; Anna Uryniuk, 1:01.81; Otylia Jedrzejczak, 55.90), 4:11.08; 5. Hungary (Annamaria Kiss, 1:06.15; Agnes Kovacs, 1:07.75; Orsolya Ferenczy, 1:00.61; Gyongyver Lakos, 56.60), 4:11.11; 6. Netherlands (Brenda Starink, 1:06.93; Madelon Baans, 1:08.90; Chantal Groot, 1:01.09; Thamar Henneken, 55.39), 4:12.31.

 Heat 2: 1. Australia (Giaan Rooney, 1:02.94; Tarnee White, 1:09.19; Petria Thomas, 57.71; Sarah Ryan, 54.91), 4:04.75 (Q); 2. Japan (Mai Nakamura, 1:01.61; Masami Tanaka, 1:09.37; Junko Onishi, 59.25; Sumika Minamoto, 55.53), 4:05.76 (Q); 3. China (Zhan Shu, 1:03.06; Qi Hui, 1:09.59; Liu Limin, 59.22; Han Xue, 56.40), 4:08.27 (Q); 4. Canada (Michelle Lischinsky, Winnipeg, 1:03.32; Christin Petelski, Victoria, 1:10.12; Jen Button, Waterloo, Ont., 59.86; Laura Nicholls, Waterloo, 55.17), 4:08.47 (Q); 5. Russia (Oxana Verevka, 1:03.69; Olga Bakaldina, 1:11.25; Natalia Soutiaguina, 58.39; Inna Yaitskaya, 56.31), 4:09.64; 6. South Korea (Shim Min-Ji, 1:03.14; Ku Hyo-Jin, 1:10.89; Lee Bo-Eun, 1:03.15; Jang Hee-Jin, 59.75), 4:16.93.

 Heat 3: 1. Germany (Antje Buschschulte, 1:02.35; Sylvia Gerasch, 1:09.67; Franziska van Almsick, 59.20; Katrin Meissner, 54.80), 4:06.02 (Q); 2. U.S. (Courtney Shealy, 1:02.61; Staciana Stitts, 1:09.54; Ashley Tappin, 59.58; Amy Van Dyken, 54.43), 4:06.16 (Q); 3. Sweden (Camilla Johansson, 1:05.18; Emma Igelstroem, 1:10.93; Johanna Sjoeberg, 58.56; Louise Joehncke, 55.71), 4:10.38; 4. Spain (Ivette Maria, 1:03.15; Maria Carmen Collado, 1:13.29; Mireia Garcia, 1:01.11; Laura Roca, 56.99), 4:14.54; 5. Ukraine (Nadiya Beshevli, 1:04.52; Svitlana Bondarenko, 1:10.13; Olena Grytsyuk, 1:02.77; Valentyna Tregub, 58.22), 4:15.64; 6. Romania (Raluca Udroiu, 1:04.44; Simona Paduraru, 1:17.54; Carmen Herea, 1:03.75; Lorena Diaconescu, 57.83), 4:23.56.

 TABLE TENNIS

 Men

 Singles

 Third Round

 Kong Linghui, China, def. Lucjan Blaszczyk, Poland, 18-21, 21-17, 21-10, 20-22, 21-14.

 Werner Schlager, Austria, def. Timo Boll, Germany, 24-22, 19-21, 17-21, 21-13, 21-16.

 Joergen Persson, Sweden, def. Koji Matsushita, Japan, 21-14, 21-13, 21-19.

 Liu Guozheng, China, def. Peng-lung Chiang, Taiwan, 21-11, 21-13, 21-19.

 Liu Guoliang, China, def. Damien Eloi, France, 19-21, 13-21, 22-20, 21-9, 21-13.

 Joerg Rosskopf, Germany, def. Toshio Tasaki, Japan, 17-21, 21-15, 21-13, 19-21, 21-14.

 Jan-Ove Waldner, Sweden, def. Jean-Michel Saive, Belgium, 21-14, 19-21, 21-18, 21-15.

 Vladimir Samsonov, Belarus, def. Christophe Legout, France, 21-11, 21-17, 21-12.

 Doubles

 Semifinals

 Kong Linghui and Liu Guoliang, China, def. Patrick Chila and Jean-Philippe Gatien, France, 21-12, 22-24, 21-10, 21-10.

 Wang Liqin and Yan Sen, China, def. Lee Chul-seung and Yoo Seung-min, South Korea, 21-12, 21-19, 17-21, 21-18.

 

 Women

 Singles

 Quarter-finals

 Wang Nan, China, def. Chire Koyama, Japan, 21-19, 21-8, 22-20.

 Jing Chen, Taiwan, def. Qianhong Gotsch, Germany, 17-21, 19-21, 21-13, 21-10, 21-17.

 Jun Hong Jing, Singapore, def. Mihaela Joana Steff, Romania, 22-20, 21-12, 19-21, 22-20.

 Li Ju, China, def. Ryu Ji-Hye, South Korea, 12-21, 21-14, 21-19, 21-5.

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 Women's Doubles

 Gold Medal Match Li Ju and Wang Nan, China, def. Sun Jin and Yang Ying, China, 21-18, 21-11, 21-11.

 Bronze Medal Match: Kim Moo-kyo and Ryu Ji-hye, South Korea, def. Csilla Batorfi and Krisztina Toth, Hungary, 21-18, 21-19, 22-24, 19-21, 21-19.

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 TENNIS

 Men

 Singles

 Second Round

 Fabrice Santoro, France, def. Fernando Vicente, Spain, 6-1, 6-7 (7), 7-5.

 Karim Alami, Morocco, def. Gianluca Pozzi, Italy, 6-2, 4-6, 8-6.

 Mikael Tillstrom, Sweden, def. Sebastien Lareau, Boucherville, Que., 6-1, 3-6, 6-3.

 Roger Federer, Switzerland, def. Karol Kucera, Slovakia, 6-4, 7-6 (5).

 Max Mirnyi, Belarus, def. Jiri Vanek, Czech Republic, 6-7 (7), 6-4, 11-9.

 Mariano Zabaleta, Argentina, def. Jeff Tarango, U.S., 6-2, 6-3.

 Tommy Haas, Germany, def. Andreas Vinciguerra, Sweden, 4-6, 6-4, 6-2.

 Alex Corretja, Spain, def. Arnaud Clement, France, 6-7 (7), 6-4, 6-4.

 Doubles

 First Round

 Massimo Bertolini and Cristian Brandi, Italy, def. Gabor Koves and Attila Savolt, Hungary, 3-6, 6-2, 6-2.

 Mahesh Bhupathi and Leander Paes, India, def. Andrei Pavel and Gabriel Trifu, Romania, 6-3, 6-4.

 Massimo Bertolini and Cristian Brandi, Italy, def. Gabor Koves and Attila Savolt, Hungary, 3-6, 6-2, 6-2.

 Lee Hyung-taik and Yoon Yong-ii, South Korea, def. Nicolas Massu and Marcelo Rios, Chile, 6-3, 6-4.

 Sebastien Lareau, Boucherville, and Daniel Nestor, Toronto, def. Gustavo Kuerten and Jaime Oncins, Brazil, 6-1, 6-4.

 Mark Knowles and Mark Merklein, Bahamas, def. Nuno Marques and Bernardo Mota, Portugal, 6-7 (9), 6-4, 7-5.

 Todd Woodbridge and Mark Woodforde, Australia, def. Mahesh Bhupathi and Leander Paes, India, 6-3, 7-6 (1).

 

 Women

 Singles

 Second Round

 Dominique Van Roost, Belgium, def. Silvia Farina-Elia, Italy, 6-1, 7-5.

 Arantxa Sanchez-Vicario, Spain, def. Fabiola Zuluaga, Colombia, 6-2, 6-0.

 Venus Williams, U.S., def. Jana Kandarr, Germany, 6-2, 6-2.

 Monica Seles, U.S., def. Nathalie Dechy, France, 6-3, 6-2.

 Doubles

 First Round

 Laura Montalvo and Paola Suarez, Argentina, def. Silvia Farina-Elia and Rita Grande, Italy, 6-0, 6-0.

 Milagros Sequera and Maria Alejandra Vento, Venezuela, def. Emmanuelle Gagliardi and Miroslava Vavrinec, Switzerland, 6-2, 7-5.

 Karina Habsudova and Janette Husarova, Slovakia, def. Cho Yoon-jeong and Park Sung-hee, South Korea, 7-5, 6-7 (7), 6-4.

 Els Callens and Dominique Van Roost, Belgium, def. Iva Majoli and Silvija Talaja, Croatia, 6-2, 5-7, 6-2.

 Jelena Dokic and Rennae Stubbs, Australia, def. Manisha Malhotra and Nirupama Vaidyanathan, India, 6-0, 6-0.

 Kristie Boogert and Miriam Oremans, Netherlands, def. Julie Pullin and Lorna Woodroffe, Britain, 6-2, 6-1.

 Benjamas Sangaram and Tamarine Tanasugarn, Thailand, def. Mariana Mesa and Fabiola Zuluaga, Colombia, 7-6 (4), 5-7, 6-4.

 Nana Miyagi and Ai Sugiyama, Japan, def. Yayuk Basuki and Wynne Prakusya, Indonesia, 6-2, 5-7, 6-4.

 Petra Mandula and Katalin Marosi-Aracama, Hungary, def. Amanda Coetzer and Liezel Horn, South Africa, 6-4, 6-3.

 Joana Cortez and Vanessa Menga, Brazil, def. Li Na and Li Ting, China, 6-4, 6-2.

 Olga Barabanshchikova and Natasha Zvereva, Belarus, def. Barbara Schett and Patricia Wartusch, Austria, 6-2, 6-2.

 Conchita Martinez and Arantxa Sanchez-Vicario, Spain, def. Daniela Bedanova and Kveta Hrdlickova, Czech Republic, 6-4, 6-3.

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 TRACK AND FIELD

 Men

 20km Walk

 Final: 1. Robert Korzeniowski, Poland, 1:18:59 (Olympic record. Old record, Jozef Pribilinec, Czechoslovakia, 1:19:57, Sept. 23, 1988); 2. Noe Hernandez Valentin, Mexico, 1:19:03; 3. Vladimir Andreyev, Russia, 1:19:27; 4. Jefferson Perez, Ecuador, 1:20:18; 5. Andreas Erm, Germany, 1:20:25; 6. Roman Rasskazov, Russia, 1:20:57; 7. Francisco Javier Fernandez, Spain, 1:21:01; 8. Nathan Deakes, Australia, 1:21:03; 9. Alessandro Gandellini, Italy, 1:21:14; 10. Nicholas A'Hern, Australia, 1:21:34.

 11. Michele Didoni, Italy, 1:21:43; 12. Daniel Garcia, Mexico, 1:22:05; 13. Yu Guohui, China, 1:22:32; 14. Aigars Fadejevs, Latvia, 1:22:43; 15. Ilya Markov, Russia, 1:23:03; 16. Giovanni de Benedictis, Italy, 1:23:14; 17. Andrei Makarov, Belarus, 1:23:33; 18. Costica Balan, Romania, 1:23:42; 19. Jiri Malysa, Czech Republic, 1:24:08; 20. David Marquez, Spain, 1:24:36.

 21. Artur Meleshkevich, Belarus, 1:24:50; 22. Satoshi Yanagisawa, Japan, 1:25:03; 23. Moussa Aouanouk, Algeria, 1:25:04; 24. Arturo Huerta, Toronto, 1:25:24; 25. Dion Russell, Australia, 1:25:26;

 26. Tim Berrett, Edmonton, 1:25:29; 27. Daisuke Ikeshima, Japan, 1:25:34; 28. Robert Heffernan, Ireland, 1:26:04; 29. Sandor Urbanik, Hungary, 1:26:16; 30. Shin Il-yong, South Korea, 1:26:22.

 31. Igor Kollar, Slovakia, 1:26:31; 32. Luis Garcia Bechinie, Guatemala, 1:27:16; 33. Antony Gillet, France, 1:27:36; 34. Mikhail Khmelnitsky, Belarus, 1:28:02; 35. Jose David Dominguez, Spain, 1:28:16; 36. Hatem Ghoula, Tunisia, 1:28:16; 37. Gyula Csaba Dudas, Hungary, 1:28:34; 38. Valeriy Borissov, Kazakhstan, 1:28:36; 39. David Kimutai, Kenya, 1:28:45; 40, Timothy Seaman, U.S., 1:30:32.

 41. Robert Valicek, Slovakia, 1:30:46; 42. Julius Kipkoech Sawe, Kenya, 1:30:55; 43. Julio Rene Martinez Sican, Guatemala, 1:31:47; 44. Ramy Dieb, Palsetine, 1:32:32; NR, Efim Motpan, Moldova, DNF; NR, Maris Putenis, Latvia, DQ; NR, Bernardo Segura Rivera, Mexico, DQ; NR, Joao Vieira, Portugal, DNS.

 

 100

 First Round

 Heat 1

 Heat 1: 1. Aziz Zakari, Ghana, 10.31 (Q); 2. Patrick Johnson, Australia, 10.31 (Q); 3. Venancio Jose, Spain, 10.36 (Q); 4. Martin Lachkovics, Austria, 10.41; 5. Nicolas Macrozonaris, Laval, Que., 10.45 (Q); 6. Jamal A Al Saffar, Saudi Arabia, 10.75; 7. Tich Thien Luong, Vietnam, 10.85; 8. Pa Modou Gai, Gambia, 11.03; 9. Mario Bonello, Malta, 11.06.

 Heat 2: 1. Marcin Nowak, Poland, 10.27 (Q); 2. Sunday Emmanuel, Nigeria, 10.31 (Q); 3. Freddy Mayola, Cuba, 10.33 (Q); 4. Sayon Cooper, Liberia, 10.33 (Q); 5. David Patros, France, 10.38 (Q); 6. Wai Hung Chiang, Hong Kong, 10.64; 7. Teymur Gasimov, Azerbaijan, 10.97; 8. Haseri Asli, Brunei, 11.11; 9. Sisomphone Vongphakdy, Laos, 11.47.

 Heat 3: 1. Curtis Johnson, U.S., 10.30 (Q); 2. Vicente Lima, Brazil, 10.31 (Q); 3. Georgios Theodoridis, Greece, 10.34 (Q); 4. Bruny Surin, Montreal, 10.41 (Q); 5. Renward Wells, Bahamas, 10.47; 6. Dejan Vojnovic, Croatia, 10.50; 7. Tommi Hartonen, Finland, 10.53; 8. Seun Ogunkoya, Nigeria, 10.72; NR, Fernando Arlete, Guinea-Bisseau, DNF.

 Heat 4: 1. Obadele Thompson, Barbados, 10.23 (Q); 2. Aliu Deji, Nigeria, 10.35 (Q); 3. Shingo Kawabata, Japan, 10.39 (Q); 4. Stefano Tilli, Italy, 10.40 (Q); 5. Raphael Oliveira, Brazil, 10.44; 6. Paul Brizzel, Ireland, 10.62; 7. Petko Yankov, Bulgaria, 10.63; 8. Christopher Adolf, Palau, 11.01; 9. Toluta'u Koula, Tonga, 11.01.

 Heat 5: 1. Darren Campbell, Britain, 10.28 (Q); 2. Serge Bengono Ii, Cameroon, 10.35 (Q); 3. Piotr Balcerzak, Poland, 10.42 (Q); 4. Tommy Kafri, Israel, 10.43; 5. Christian Nsiah, Ghana, 10.44; 6. Francesco Scuderi, Italy, 10.50; 7. Idrissa Sanou, Burkina Faso, 10.60; 8. Youssouf Simpara, Mali, 10.82; NR, Ronald Promesse, St. Lucia, DNF.

 Heat 6: 1. Maurice Greene, U.S., 10.31 (Q); 2. Kim Collins, St. Kitts and Nevis, 10.39 (Q); 3. Joseph Batang Don, Cameroon, 10.45 (Q); 4. Andrea Colombo, Italy, 10.52; 5. Watson Nyambek, Malaysia, 10.61; 6. John Herman Muray, Indonesia, 10.68; 7. Teina Teiti, Cook Islands, 11.22; NR, Cherico Detenamo, Nauru, DNS; NR, Angelos Pavlakakis, Greece, DNS.

 Heat 7: 1. Stephane Buckland, Mauritius, 10.35 (Q); 2. Dwain Chambers, Britain, 10.38 (Q); 3. Donovan Bailey, Oakville, Ont., 10.39 (Q); 4. Marc Blume, Germany, 10.42; 5. Paul di Bella, Australia, 10.52; 6. Edgardo Antonio Serpas, El Salvador, 10.63; 7. Hadhari Saindou Djaffar, Comoros, 10.68; 8. Kelsey Nakanelua, American Samoa, 10.93; 9. Jean Randriamamitiana, Madagascar, 12.50.

 Heat 8: 1. Ato Boldon, Trinidad and Tobago, 10.04 (Q); 2. Antoine Boussombo, Gabon, 10.13 (Q); 3. Leo Myles-Mills, Ghana, 10.15 (Q); 4. Ibrahim Meite, Ivory Coast, 10.24 (Q); 5. Claudio Sousa, Brazil, 10.31 (Q); 6. Anninos Marcoullides, Cyprus, 10.32 (Q); 7. Yanes Raubaba, Indonesia, 10.54; 8. Oltion Luli, Albania, 11.08; 9. Mamane S Ani Ali, Niger, 11.25.

 Heat 9: 1. Jonathan Drummond, U.S., 10.20 (Q); 2. Matt Shirvington, Australia, 10.35 (Q); 3. Patrick Jarrett, Jamaica, 10.41 (Q); 4. Anatoliy Dovgal, Ukraine, 10.48; 5. Oscar Meneses Gonzalez, Guatemala, 10.54; 6. Shigeyuki Kojima, Japan, 10.59; 7. Caimin Douglas, Netherlands Antilles, 10.69; 8. Abraham Kepsin, Vanuatu, 11.12; 9. Phil Am Garcia, Guam, 11.21.

 Heat 10: 1. Jason Gardener, Britain, 10.38 (Q); 2. Lindel Frater, Jamaica, 10.45 (Q); 3. Kostyantyn Rurak, Ukraine, 10.48 (Q); 4. Sherwin Vries, Namibia, 10.53; 5. Niconner Alexander, Trinidad and Tobago, 10.56; 6. Sergey Bychkov, Russia, 10.68; 7. Ruslan Rusidze, Georgia, 10.70; 8. Alpha B Kamara, Sierra Leone, 10.74; 9. Vitaliy Medvedev, Kazakstan, 10.75.

 Heat 11: 1. Christopher Williams, Jamaica, 10.35 (Q); 2. Mathew Quinn, South Africa, 10.44 (Q); 3. Koji Ito, Japan, 10.45 (Q); 4. Heber Viera, Uruguay, 10.54; 5. Gabriel Antonio Simon, Argentina, 10.56; 6. Erwin Heru Susanto, Indonesia, 10.87; 7. Moumi Sebergue, Chad, 11.00; 8. Guillermo Dongo, Surinam, 11.10; 9. Lucas Nelson, Seychelles, 11.15.

 Second Round

 Heat 1: 1. Maurice Greene, U.S., 10.10 (Q); 2. Leo Myles-Mills, Ghana, 10.23 (Q); 3. Sunday Emmanuel, Nigeria, 10.36 (Q); 4. Marcin Nowak, Poland, 10.37; 5. Sayon Cooper, Liberia, 10.37; 6. Ibrahim Meite, Ivory Coast, 10.40; 7. Serge Bengono Ii, Cameroon, 10.46; 8. Shingo Kawabata, Japan, 10.60.

 Heat 2: 1. Ato Boldon, Trinidad and Tobago, 10.11 (Q); 2. Kim Collins, St. Kitts and Nevis, 10.19 (Q); 3. Bruny Surin, Montreal, 10.20 (Q); 4. Jason Gardener, Britain, 10.27; 5. Christopher Williams, Jamaica, 10.30; 6. Freddy Mayola, Cuba, 10.35; 7. Piotr Balcerzak, Poland, 10.38; 8. Martin Lachkovics, Austria, 10.44; 9. Joseph Batang Don, Cameroon, 10.52.

 Heat 3: 1. Obadele Thompson, Barbados, 10.04 (Q); 2. Matt Shirvington, Australia, 10.13 (Q); 3. Aziz Zakari, Ghana, 10.22 (Q); 4. Lindel Frater, Jamaica, 10.23 (Q); 5. Vicente Lima, Brazil, 10.28; 6. David Patros, France, 10.33; 7. Kostyantyn Rurak, Ukraine, 10.38; 8. Donovan Bailey, Oakville, Ont., 11.36.

 Heat 4: 1. Dwain Chambers, Britain, 10.12 (Q); 2. Jonathan Drummond, U.S., 3. Koji Ito, Japan, 10.25 (Q); 4. Stephane Buckland, Mauritius, 10.26; 5. Antoine Boussombo, Gabon, 10.27; 6. Stefano Tilli, Italy, 10.27; 7. Mathew Quinn, South Africa, 10.27; 8. Patrick Jarrett, Jamaica, 16.40.

 Heat 5: 1, Darren Campbell, Britain, 10.21 (Q); 2. Curtis Johnson, Palmetto, Fla., 10.24 (Q); 3. Aliu Deji, Nigeria, 10.29 (Q); 4. Georgios Theodoridis, Greece, 10.29; 5. Patrick Johnson, Australia, 10.44; 6. Claudio Sousa, Brazil, 10.47; 7. Anninos Marcoullides, Cyprus, 10.48; 8. Venancio Jose, Spain, 10.53.

 

 400

 First Round

 Heat 1: 1. Avard Moncur, Bahamas, 45.23 (Q); 2. Daniel Caines, Britain, 45.39 (Q); 3. Casey Vincent, Australia, 45.49 (Q); 4. Dmitriy Golovastov, Russia, 45.90 (Q); 5. Takahiko Yamamura, Japan, 46.25; 6. Carlos Santa, Dominican Republic, 46.40; 7. Piotr Rysiukiewicz, Poland, 46.67; 8. Gerald Clervil, Haiti, 46.69.

 Heat 2: 1. Jude Monye, Nigeria, 45.79 (Q); 2. Patrick Dwyer, Australia, 45.82 (Q); 3. Manuel Alejandro Cardenas Robles, Mexico, 46.14 (Q); 4. Neil de Silva, Trinidad and Tobago, 46.84; 5. Gustavo Hernando Aguirre, Argentina, 47.03; 6. Troy McIntosh, Bahamas, 47.06; NR, Jonas Motiejunas, Lithuania, DNF; NR, Kennedy Ochieng, Kenya, DNF.

 Heat 3: 1. Sanderlei Parrela, Brazil, 45.55 (Q); 2. Danny McFarlane, Jamaica, 45.84 (Q); 3. Soufiene Labidi, Tunisia, 45.84 (Q); 4. Jun Osakada, Japan, 45.88 (Q); 5. Tawanda Blessings Chiwira, Zimbabwe, 46.50; 6. Nduka Awazie, Nigeria, 46.81; 7. Johnson Kubisa, Botswana, 46.97; NR, Evripedes Demosthenous, Cyprus, DNF.

 Heat 4: 1. Gregory Haughton, Jamaica, 45.63 (Q); 2. David Kipkorir Kirui, Kenya, 45.69 (Q); 3. Marc Raquil, France, 45.72 (Q); 4. Arnaud Malherbe, South Africa, 45.73 (Q); 5. Sunday Bada, Nigeria, 45.75 (Q); 6. Ato Modibo, Trinidad and Tobago, 45.91; 7. Benjamin Youla, Congo, 47.54; 8. Iliya Dzhivondov, Bulgaria, 48.64.

 Heat 5: 1. Hendrick Mokganyetsi, South Africa, 45.22 (Q); 2. Piotr Haczek, Poland, 45.61 (Q); 3. Alessandro Attene, Italy, 45.79 (Q); 4. Rohan Pradeep Kumar, Sri Lanka, 46.00; 5. Salaheldin E Bakkar, Qatar, 46.16; 6. Zsolt Szeglet, Hungary, 46.19; 7. Jamie Baulch, Britain, 46.52.

 Heat 6: 1. Alvin Harrison, U.S., 44.96 (Q); 2. Davian Clarke, Jamaica, 45.30 (Q); 3. Robert Mackowiak, Poland, 45.39 (Q); 4. Anastasios Gkousis, Greece, 46.38; 5. Fawzi Al Shammari, Kuwait, 46.38; 6. Paramjit Singh, India, 46.64; 7. Philiph Mukomana, Zimbabwe, 47.11.

 Heat 7: 1. Michael Johnson, U.S., 45.25 (Q); 2. David Canal, Spain, 45.53 (Q); 3. Ibrahima Wade, France, 45.72 (Q); 4. Malik Louahala, Algeria, 46.06; 5. Sean Baldock, Britain, 46.45; 6. Fabian Rollins, Barbados, 46.85; 7. Oleksandr Kaydash, Ukraine, 46.88.

 Heat 8: 1. Hamdan O Al-Bishi, Saudi Arabia, 45.22 (Q); 2. Sugath Thilakaratne, Sri Lanka, 45.48 (Q); 3. Ibrahim I Faraj, Qatar, 45.48 (Q); 4. Eric Milazar, Mauritius, 45.66 (Q); 5. Stefan Balosak, Slovakia, 46.42; 6. Kenji Tabata, Japan, 46.59; 7. Rudieon Sylvan, Grenada, 48.17; 8. Basheer Al Khewani, Yemen Arab Republic, 49.72.

 Heat 9: 1. Antonio Pettigrew, U.S., a., 45.62 (Q); 2. Christopher Brown, Bahamas, 45.80 (Q); 3. Davis Kamoga, Uganda, 45.92 (Q); 4. Matija Sestak, Slovenia, 45.95; 5. Tomas Coman, Ireland, 46.17; 6. Juan Pedro Toledo Dominguez, Mexico, 46.82; NR, Daniel Batman, Australia, DNF.

 10,000

 Heat 1: 1. Haile Gebreselassie, Ethiopia, 27:50.01 (Q); 2. Patrick Mutuku Ivuti, Kenya, 27:50.10 (Q); 3. John Korir, Kenya, 27:50.19 (Q); 4. Assefa Mezgebu, Ethiopia, 27:50.64 (Q); 5. Toshinari Takaoka, Japan, 27:59.95 (Q); 6. Samir Moussaoui, Algeria, 28:08.22 (Q); 7. Abdihakim M Abdirahman, U.S., 28:09.04 (Q); 8. Enrique Molina, Spain, 28:09.76 (Q); 9. Andres Jones, Britain, 28:11.20; 10. Juan Armando Quintanilla Loredo, Mexico, 28:14.54.

 11. Sisay Bezabeh, Australia, 28:21.63; 12. Sean Kaley, Ottawa, 28:36.07; 13. Robert Denmark, Britain, 28:43.74; 14. Shaun Creighton, Australia, 28:52.71; 15, Daniele Caimmi, Italy, 29:01.26; 16. Teodoro Cunado, Spain, 29:10.90; 17. Michael Aish, New Zealand, 29:31.83.

 Heat 2: 1. Girma Tola, Ethiopia, 27:44.01 (Q); 2. Paul Tergat, Kenya, 27:44.07 (Q); 3. Katsuhiko Hanada, Japan, 27:45.13 (Q); 4. Mohammed Mourhit, Belgium, 27:45.75 (Q); 5. Said Berioui, Morocco, 27:45.83 (Q); 6. Karl Keska, Britain, 27:48.29 (Q); 7. Jose David Galvan Martinez, Mexico, 27:49.53 (Q); 8. Aloys Nizigama, Burundi, 27:50.09 (Q); 9. Jose Rios, Spain, 27:51.40; 10. Jose Ramos, Portugal, 27:56.30.

 11. Mebrahtom Keflezighi, San Diego, 27:58.96; 12. Rachid Berradi, Italy, 28:01.18; 13. Mauricio Diaz, Chile, 28:05.61; 14. Yonas Kifle, Eritriea, 28:08.59; 15. Jeff Schiebler, Vancouver, 28:30.46; 16. Dmitriy Maksimov, Russia, 28:54.15; 17. Alan Culpepper, U.S., 29:00.71.

 

 Shot Put

 Qualifying

 Group 1

 1. John Godina, U.S., 20.58 metres, (Q); 2. Adam Nelson, U.S., 20.12 (Q); 3. Timo Aaltonen, Finland, 20.04 (Q); 4. Andrei Mikhnevich, Belarus, 19.97 (Q); 5. Oliver-Sven Buder, Germany, 19.96 (Q; 6. Manuel Martinez, Spain, 19.94 (Q); 7. Brad Snyder, Windsor, Ont., 19.77; 8. Burger Lambrechts, South Africa, 19.75; 9. Dragan Peric, Yugoslavia, 19.49; 10. Roman Virastyuk, Ukraine, 19.27.

 11. Chima Ugwu, Nigeria, 19.11; 12. Karel Potgieter, South Africa, 19.02; 13. Mikulas Konopka, Slovakia, 18.99; 14. Stevimir Ercegovac, Croatia, 18.98; 15. Saulius Kleiza, Lithuania, 18.59; 16. Gheorghe Calin Guset, Romania, 18.56; 17. Shakti Singh, India, 18.40; 18. Alexis Francisco Paumier, Cuba, 18.31; 19. Vaios Tigkas, Greece, 18.13.

 Group 2

 1. Arsi Harju, Finland, 21.39, (Q); 2. Yuriy Bilonog, Ukraine, 20.53, (Q); 3. Milan Haborak, Slovakia, 20.00 (Q); 4. Miroslav Menc, Czech Republic, 19.92 (Q); 5. Andrew Bloom, U.S., 19.83 (Q); 6. Janus Robberts, South Africa, 19.79 (Q); 7. Ville Tiisanoja, Finland, 19.66; 8. Joachim Broechner Olsen, Denmark, 19.41; 9. Pavel Chumachenko, Russia, 19.40; 10. Paolo Dal Soglio, Italy, 19.39.

 11. Szilard Kiss, Hungary, 18.95; 12. Michael Mertens, Germany, 18.72; 13. Bahadur Singh, India, 18.70; 14. Justin Anlezark, Australia, 18.59; 15. Mark Proctor, Britain, 18.49; 16. Bilal S Mubarak, Qatar, 18.30; 17. Ivan Emilianov, Moldova, 17.63; 18. Sergey Rubtsov, Kazakstan, 15.90.

 Final

 1. Arsi Harju, Finland, (21.29); 2. Adam Nelson, Atlanta, (21.21); 3. John Godina, U.S., (21.20); 4. Andrew Bloom, U.S., (20.87); 5. Yuriy Bilonog, Ukraine, (20.84); 6. Manuel Martinez, Spain, (20.55); 7. Janus Robberts, South Africa, (20.32); 8. Oliver-Sven Buder, Germany, (20.18); 9. Andrei Mikhnevich, Belarus, (19.48); 10. Miroslav Menc, Czech Republic, (19.39).

 11. Milan Haborak, Slovakia, (19.06); 12. Timo Aaltonen, Finland, (18.64).

 

 High Jump

 Qualifying

 Group 1

 1 (tie), Stefan Holm, Sweden, (2.27); Konstantin Matoussevic, Israel, (2.27); 3. Sergey Kliugin, Russia, (2.27); 4. Abderrahmane Hammad, Algeria, (2.27); 5. Mark Boswell, Brampton, Ont., (2.27); 6 (tie), Tim Forsyth, Australia, (2.24); Elvir Krehmic, Bosnia-Herzegovina, (2.24); 8 (tie), Mika Polku, Finland, (2.24); Christian Rhoden, Germany, (2.24); Andriy Sokolovskyy, Ukraine, (2.24).

 11. Yuriy Pakhlyayev, Kazakstan, (2.24); 12. Charles Austin, U.S., (2.20); 13 (tie), Benjamin Challenger, Britain, (2.15); Ruslan Glyvynskyy, Ukraine, (2.15); Takahisa Yoshida, Japan, (2.15); Stevan Zoric, Yugoslavia, (2.15); 17, Jean Claude Rabbath, Lebanon, (2.15); Aleksei Lelin, Belarus, (2.15).

 Group 2

 1 (tie), Wolfgang Kreissig, Germany, (2.27); Vyacheslav Voronin, Russia, (2.27); 3. Nathan Leeper, Protection, Kan., (2.27); 4 (tie),

 Kwaku Boateng, Montreal, (2.27); Sergii Dymchenko, Ukraine, (2.27); Javier Sotomayor, Cuba, (2.27); Staffan Strand, Sweden, (2.27); 8, Kenny Evans, U.S., (2.27); 9 (tie), Lee Jin-taek, South Korea, (2.20); Dragutin Topic, Yugoslavia, (2.20).

 11 (tie), Gilmar Mayo, Colombia, (2.20); Wilbert Pennings, Netherlands, (2.20); Brendan Reilly, Ireland, (2.20); 14, Toni Huikuri, Finland, (2.20); 15 (tie), Petr Brayko, Russia, (2.15); Glenn Howard, New Zealand, (2.15); NR, Hugo Munoz, Peru, NM; NR, Lampros Papakostas, Greece, DNS.

 

 Javelin

 Qualifying

 Group 1

 1. Konstantinos Gkatsioudis, Greece, 88.41, (Q); 2. Paal Arne Fagernes, Norway, 86.74, (Q); 3. Sergey Makarov, Russia, 85.60, (Q); 4. Raymond Hecht, Germany, 84.00, (Q); 5. Dariusz Trafas, Poland, 83.98, (Q); 6. Emeterio Gonzalez, Cuba, 82.64; 7. Nick Nieland, Britain, 82.12; 8. Andrus Varnik, Estonia, 81.34; 9. Andrew Martin, Australia, 81.31; 10. Gregor Hoegler, Austria, 80.89.

 11. Voldemars Lusis, Latvia, 80.08; 12. Harri Haatainen, Finland, 79.93; 13. Terry McHugh, Ireland, 79.90; 14. Adrian Hatcher, Australia, 79.23; 15. Jagdish Kumar Bishnoi, India, 70.86; 16. Song Dong-hyun, South Korea, 70.48; 17. Ali Al-Jadani, Saudi Arabia, 68.70; NR, Harri Hakkarainen, Finland, DNF.

 Group 2

 1. Jan Zelezny, Czech Republic, 89.39 (Q); 2. Boris Henry, Germany, 84.58, (Q); 3. Steve Backley, Britain, 83.74, (Q); 4. Aki Parviainen, Finland, 83.73, (Q); 5. Breaux Greer, U.S., 82.63; 6. Michael Hill, Britain, 82.24; 7. Vladimir Ovtchinnikov, Russia, 82.10; 8. Andrew Currey, Australia, 78.12; 9. Patrik Boden, Sweden, 78.06; 10. Vladimir Sasimovich, Belarus, 78.04.

 11. Sergey Voynov, Uzbekistan, 75.89; 12. Eriks Rags, Latvia, 75.75; 13. Marian Bokor, Slovakia, 75.49; 14. Isbel Luaces, Cuba, 75.17; 15. Arunas Jurksas, Lithuania, 73.05; 16. Maher Ridene, Tunisia, 70.35; 17. Nery Kennedy Rolon, Paraguay, 70.26; 18. Dmitri Shnaider, Kyrgyzstan, 66.40, 217-10.

 10,000

 Heat 1: 1. Haile Gebreselassie, Ethiopia, 27:50.01 (Q); 2. Patrick Mutuku Ivuti, Kenya, 27:50.10 (Q); 3. John Korir, Kenya, 27:50.19 (Q); 4. Assefa Mezgebu, Ethiopia, 27:50.64 (Q); 5. Toshinari Takaoka, Japan, 27:59.95 (Q); 6. Samir Moussaoui, Algeria, 28:08.22 (Q); 7. Abdihakim M Abdirahman, U.S., 28:09.04 (Q); 8. Enrique Molina, Spain, 28:09.76 (Q); 9. Andres Jones, Britain, 28:11.20; 10. Juan Armando Quintanilla Loredo, Mexico, 28:14.54.

 11. Sisay Bezabeh, Australia, 28:21.63; 12. Sean Kaley, Ottawa, 28:36.07; 13. Robert Denmark, Britain, 28:43.74; 14. Shaun Creighton, Australia, 28:52.71; 15, Daniele Caimmi, Italy, 29:01.26; 16. Teodoro Cunado, Spain, 29:10.90; 17. Michael Aish, New Zealand, 29:31.83.

 Heat 2: 1. Girma Tola, Ethiopia, 27:44.01 (Q); 2. Paul Tergat, Kenya, 27:44.07 (Q); 3. Katsuhiko Hanada, Japan, 27:45.13 (Q); 4. Mohammed Mourhit, Belgium, 27:45.75 (Q); 5. Said Berioui, Morocco, 27:45.83 (Q); 6. Karl Keska, Britain, 27:48.29 (Q); 7. Jose David Galvan Martinez, Mexico, 27:49.53 (Q); 8. Aloys Nizigama, Burundi, 27:50.09 (Q); 9. Jose Rios, Spain, 27:51.40; 10. Jose Ramos, Portugal, 27:56.30.

 11. Mebrahtom Keflezighi, San Diego, 27:58.96; 12. Rachid Berradi, Italy, 28:01.18; 13. Mauricio Diaz, Chile, 28:05.61; 14. Yonas Kifle, Eritriea, 28:08.59; 15. Jeff Schiebler, Vancouver, 28:30.46; 16. Dmitriy Maksimov, Russia, 28:54.15; 17. Alan Culpepper, U.S., 29:00.71.

 

 Shot Put

 Qualifying

 Group 1

 1. John Godina, U.S., 20.58 metres, (Q); 2. Adam Nelson, U.S., 20.12 (Q); 3. Timo Aaltonen, Finland, 20.04 (Q); 4. Andrei Mikhnevich, Belarus, 19.97 (Q); 5. Oliver-Sven Buder, Germany, 19.96 (Q; 6. Manuel Martinez, Spain, 19.94 (Q); 7. Brad Snyder, Windsor, Ont., 19.77; 8. Burger Lambrechts, South Africa, 19.75; 9. Dragan Peric, Yugoslavia, 19.49; 10. Roman Virastyuk, Ukraine, 19.27.

 11. Chima Ugwu, Nigeria, 19.11; 12. Karel Potgieter, South Africa, 19.02; 13. Mikulas Konopka, Slovakia, 18.99; 14. Stevimir Ercegovac, Croatia, 18.98; 15. Saulius Kleiza, Lithuania, 18.59; 16. Gheorghe Calin Guset, Romania, 18.56; 17. Shakti Singh, India, 18.40; 18. Alexis Francisco Paumier, Cuba, 18.31; 19. Vaios Tigkas, Greece, 18.13.

 Group 2

 1. Arsi Harju, Finland, 21.39, (Q); 2. Yuriy Bilonog, Ukraine, 20.53, (Q); 3. Milan Haborak, Slovakia, 20.00 (Q); 4. Miroslav Menc, Czech Republic, 19.92 (Q); 5. Andrew Bloom, U.S., 19.83 (Q); 6. Janus Robberts, South Africa, 19.79 (Q); 7. Ville Tiisanoja, Finland, 19.66; 8. Joachim Broechner Olsen, Denmark, 19.41; 9. Pavel Chumachenko, Russia, 19.40; 10. Paolo Dal Soglio, Italy, 19.39.

 11. Szilard Kiss, Hungary, 18.95; 12. Michael Mertens, Germany, 18.72; 13. Bahadur Singh, India, 18.70; 14. Justin Anlezark, Australia, 18.59; 15. Mark Proctor, Britain, 18.49; 16. Bilal S Mubarak, Qatar, 18.30; 17. Ivan Emilianov, Moldova, 17.63; 18. Sergey Rubtsov, Kazakstan, 15.90.

 Final

 1. Arsi Harju, Finland, (21.29); 2. Adam Nelson, Atlanta, (21.21); 3. John Godina, U.S., (21.20); 4. Andrew Bloom, U.S., (20.87); 5. Yuriy Bilonog, Ukraine, (20.84); 6. Manuel Martinez, Spain, (20.55); 7. Janus Robberts, South Africa, (20.32); 8. Oliver-Sven Buder, Germany, (20.18); 9. Andrei Mikhnevich, Belarus, (19.48); 10. Miroslav Menc, Czech Republic, (19.39).

 11. Milan Haborak, Slovakia, (19.06); 12. Timo Aaltonen, Finland, (18.64).

 

 High Jump

 Qualifying

 Group 1

 1 (tie), Stefan Holm, Sweden, (2.27); Konstantin Matoussevic, Israel, (2.27); 3. Sergey Kliugin, Russia, (2.27); 4. Abderrahmane Hammad, Algeria, (2.27); 5. Mark Boswell, Brampton, Ont., (2.27); 6 (tie), Tim Forsyth, Australia, (2.24); Elvir Krehmic, Bosnia-Herzegovina, (2.24); 8 (tie), Mika Polku, Finland, (2.24); Christian Rhoden, Germany, (2.24); Andriy Sokolovskyy, Ukraine, (2.24).

 11. Yuriy Pakhlyayev, Kazakstan, (2.24); 12. Charles Austin, U.S., (2.20); 13 (tie), Benjamin Challenger, Britain, (2.15); Ruslan Glyvynskyy, Ukraine, (2.15); Takahisa Yoshida, Japan, (2.15); Stevan Zoric, Yugoslavia, (2.15); 17, Jean Claude Rabbath, Lebanon, (2.15); Aleksei Lelin, Belarus, (2.15).

 Group 2

 1 (tie), Wolfgang Kreissig, Germany, (2.27); Vyacheslav Voronin, Russia, (2.27); 3. Nathan Leeper, Protection, Kan., (2.27); 4 (tie),

 Kwaku Boateng, Montreal, (2.27); Sergii Dymchenko, Ukraine, (2.27); Javier Sotomayor, Cuba, (2.27); Staffan Strand, Sweden, (2.27); 8, Kenny Evans, U.S., (2.27); 9 (tie), Lee Jin-taek, South Korea, (2.20); Dragutin Topic, Yugoslavia, (2.20).

 11 (tie), Gilmar Mayo, Colombia, (2.20); Wilbert Pennings, Netherlands, (2.20); Brendan Reilly, Ireland, (2.20); 14, Toni Huikuri, Finland, (2.20); 15 (tie), Petr Brayko, Russia, (2.15); Glenn Howard, New Zealand, (2.15); NR, Hugo Munoz, Peru, NM; NR, Lampros Papakostas, Greece, DNS.

 

 Javelin

 Qualifying

 Group 1

 1. Konstantinos Gkatsioudis, Greece, 88.41, (Q); 2. Paal Arne Fagernes, Norway, 86.74, (Q); 3. Sergey Makarov, Russia, 85.60, (Q); 4. Raymond Hecht, Germany, 84.00, (Q); 5. Dariusz Trafas, Poland, 83.98, (Q); 6. Emeterio Gonzalez, Cuba, 82.64; 7. Nick Nieland, Britain, 82.12; 8. Andrus Varnik, Estonia, 81.34; 9. Andrew Martin, Australia, 81.31; 10. Gregor Hoegler, Austria, 80.89.

 11. Voldemars Lusis, Latvia, 80.08; 12. Harri Haatainen, Finland, 79.93; 13. Terry McHugh, Ireland, 79.90; 14. Adrian Hatcher, Australia, 79.23; 15. Jagdish Kumar Bishnoi, India, 70.86; 16. Song Dong-hyun, South Korea, 70.48; 17. Ali Al-Jadani, Saudi Arabia, 68.70; NR, Harri Hakkarainen, Finland, DNF.

 Group 2

 1. Jan Zelezny, Czech Republic, 89.39 (Q); 2. Boris Henry, Germany, 84.58, (Q); 3. Steve Backley, Britain, 83.74, (Q); 4. Aki Parviainen, Finland, 83.73, (Q); 5. Breaux Greer, U.S., 82.63; 6. Michael Hill, Britain, 82.24; 7. Vladimir Ovtchinnikov, Russia, 82.10; 8. Andrew Currey, Australia, 78.12; 9. Patrik Boden, Sweden, 78.06; 10. Vladimir Sasimovich, Belarus, 78.04.

 11. Sergey Voynov, Uzbekistan, 75.89; 12. Eriks Rags, Latvia, 75.75; 13. Marian Bokor, Slovakia, 75.49; 14. Isbel Luaces, Cuba, 75.17; 15. Arunas Jurksas, Lithuania, 73.05; 16. Maher Ridene, Tunisia, 70.35; 17. Nery Kennedy Rolon, Paraguay, 70.26; 18. Dmitri Shnaider, Kyrgyzstan, 66.40, 217-10.

 

 Women

 100

 First Round

 Heat 1: 1. Sevatheda Fynes, Bahamas, 11.18 (Q); 2. Leonie Myriam Mani, Cameroon, 11.24 (Q); 3. Valma Bass, St. Kitts and Nevis, 11.45 (Q); 4. Karin Mayr, Austria, 11.50; 5. Joice Maduaka, Britain, 11.51; 6. Martha Adusei, Toronto, 11.82; 7. Mari Paz Mosanga Motanga, Equatorial Guinea, 12.91; 8. Ismenia Frederico, Cape Verde, 12.99.

 Heat 2: 1. Christine Arron, France, 11.42 (Q); 2. Lyubov Perepelova, Uzbekistan, 11.48 (Q); 3. Sarah Reilly, Ireland, 11.56 (Q); 4. Natasha Laren Mayers, St. Vincent and Grenadines, 11.61; 5. Aminata Diouf, Senegal, 11.65; 6. Fana Ashby, Trinidad and Tobago, 11.85; 7. Peoria Koshiba, Palau, 12.66; 8. Jenny Keni, Soloman Islands, 13.01.

 Heat 3: 1. Zhanna Pintusevych, Ukraine, 11.27 (Q); 2. Beverly McDonald, Jamaica, 11.36 (Q); 3. Joan Uduak Ekah, Nigeria, 11.60 (Q); 4. Ayanna Hutchinson, Trinidad and Tobago, 11.78; 5. Lerma Elmira Bulauitan, Philippines, 12.08; 6. Vukosava Djapic, Yugoslavia, 12.12; 7. Emma Wade, Belize, 12.25; 8. Luz Marina Geerman, Aruba, 12.96.

 Heat 4: 1. Susanthika Jayasinghe, Sri Lanka, 11.15 (Q); 2. Anzhela Kravchenko, Ukraine, 11.35 (Q); 3. Mary Onyali-Omagbemi, Nigeria, 11.36 (Q); 4. Lauren Hewitt, Australia, 11.42 (Q); 5. Mireille Donders, Switzerland, 11.63; 6. Heidi Hannula, Finland, 11.68; 7. Lina Bejjani, Lebanon, 12.98; 8. Regina Shotaro, Micronesia, 13.69.

 Heat 5: 1. Ekaterini Thanou, Greece, 11.10 (Q); 2. Iryna Pukha, Ukraine, 11.41 (Q); 3. Hanitriniaina Rakotondrabe, Madagascar, 11.50 (Q); 4. Heather Samuel, Antigua and Barbuda, 11.62; 5. Viktoria Kovyreva, Kazakhstan, 11.72; 6. Agne Visockaite, Lithuania, 11.87; 7. Devi Maya Paneru, Nepal, 12.74; 8. Foujia Huda, Bangladesh, 12.75; 9. M'Mah Toure, Guinea, 12.82.

 Heat 6: 1. Marion Jones, U.S., 11.20 (Q); 2. Sandra Citte, France, 11.47 (Q); 3. Monica Afia Twum, Ghana, 11.48 (Q); 4. Marina Trandenkova, Russia, 11.51; 5. Shani Anderson, Britain, 11.55; 6. Ekundayo Williams, Sierra Leone, 12.19; 7. Laure Kuetey, Benin, 12.40; 8. Suzanne Spiteri, Malta, 12.57; 9. Shamha Ahmed, Maldives, 12.87.

 Heat 7: 1. Chandra Sturrup, Bahamas, 11.31 (Q); 2. Mercy Nku, Nigeria, 11.41 (Q); 3. Natalya Ignatova, Russia, 11.54 (Q); 4. Marcia Richardson, Britain, 11.62; 5. Paraskevi Patoulidou, Greece, 11.65; 6. Joanna Houareau, Seychelles, 12.01; 7. Akonga Nsimbo, Democratic Rep. of the Congo, 12.51; 8. Tamara Shanidze, Georgia, 12.56; 9. Fatou Dieng, Mauritania, 13.69.

 Heat 8: 1. Debbie Ferguson, Bahamas, 11.10 (Q); 2. Li Xuemei, China, 11.25 (Q); 3. Torri Edwards, U.S., 11.34 (Q); 4. Cydonie Camille Mothersille, Cayman Islands, 11.38 (Q); 5. Ameerah Bello, U.S. Virgin Islands, 11.64; 6. Grace Dinkins, Liberia, 11.79; 7., Anais Oyembo, Gabon, 12.19; 8. Mariam Mohamed Hadi Al Hilli, Bahrain, 13.98.

 Heat 9: 1. Merlene Ottey, Jamaica, 11.24 (Q); 2. Petya Pendareva, Bulgaria, 11.30 (Q); 3. Melinda Gainsford-Taylor, Australia, 11.34 (Q); 4. Natalya Voronova, Russia, 11.47; 5. Louise Ayetotche, Ivory Coast, 11.52; 6. Irene Truitje Joseph, Indonesia, 11.93; 7. Shu-chuan Chen, Taiwan, 12.22; 8. Sarah Tonde, Burkina Faso, 12.56; 9. Sandjema Batouli, Comoros, 13.58.

 Heat 10: 1. Chryste Gaines, U.S., 11.06 (Q); 2. Tanya Lawrence, Jamaica, 11.14 (Q); 3. Vida Nsiah, Ghana, 11.18 (Q); 4. Esi Benyarku, Toronto, 11.55; 5. Zeng Xiujun, China, 11.63; 6. Kadiatou Camara, Mali, 11.65; 7. Joanne Durant, Barbados, 11.82; 8. Chan Than Ouk, Kampuchea, 14.13.

 Second Round

 Heat 1: 1. Merlene Ottey, Jamaica, 11.08 (Q); 2. Debbie Ferguson, Bahamas, 11.18 (Q); 3. Mercy Nku, Nigeria, 11.26 (Q); 4. Christine Arron, France, 11.26 (Q); 5. Torri Edwards, U.S., 11.32; 6. Anzhela Kravchenko, Ukraine, 11.32; 7. Monica Afia Twum, Ghana, 11.70; 8. Cydonie Camille Mothersille, Cayman Islands, 11.81.

 Heat 2: 1. Marion Jones, U.S., 10.83 (Q); 2. Ekaterini Thanou, Greece, 10.99 (Q); 3. Tanya Lawrence, Jamaica, 11.11 (Q); 4. Melinda Gainsford-Taylor, Australia, 11.24 (Q); 5. Petya Pendareva, Bulgaria, 11.36; 6. Hanitriniaina Rakotondrabe, Madagascar, 11.51; 7. Iryna Pukha, Ukraine, 11.54; 8. Joan Uduak Ekah, Nigeria, 11.67.

 Heat 3: 1. Zhanna Pintusevych, Ukraine, 11.08 (Q); 2. Chryste Gaines, U.S., 11.21 (Q); 3. Chandra Sturrup, Bahamas, 11.22 (Q); 4. Beverly McDonald, Jamaica, 11.26 (Q); 5. Mary Onyali-Omagbemi, Nigeria, 11.40; 6. Lauren Hewitt, Australia, 11.54; 7. Valma Bass, St. Kitts and Nevis, 11.60; 8. Sandra Citte, France, 11.63.

 Heat 4: 1. Sevatheda Fynes, Bahamas, 11.10 (Q); 2. Vida Nsiah, Ghana, 11.19 (Q); 3. Leonie Myriam Mani, Cameroon, 11.23 (Q); 4. Susanthika Jayasinghe, Sri Lanka, 11.23 (Q); 5. Li Xuemei, China, 11.46; 6. Natalya Ignatova, Russia, 11.47; 7. Sarah Reilly, Ireland, 11.53; 8. Lyubov Perepelova, Uzbekistan, 11.59.

 

 400

 First Round

 Heat 1: 1. La Tasha Colander-Richardson, U.S., 51.75 (Q); 2. Mireille Nguimgo, Cameroon, 51.88 (Q); 3. Heide Seyerling, South Africa, 51.92 (Q); 4. Foy Williams, Toronto, 52.94 (Q); 5. Christine Armethil, Bahamas, 53.12; 6. Oksana Luneva, Kyrgyzstan, 54.98; 7. Hazel-Ann Regis, Grenada, 55.11.

 Heat 2: 1. Charity Opara, Nigeria, 51.77 (Q); 2. Natalya Nazarova, Russia, 52.05 (Q); 3. Damayanthi Darsha, Sri Lanka, 52.13 (Q); 4. Nadjina Kaltouma, Chad, 52.34 (Q); 5. Lee Naylor, Australia, 53.10 (Q); 6. Svetlana Bodritskaya, Kazakhstan, 53.91; 7. Lilian Bwalya, Zambia, 54.77; 8. Maritza Figueroa, Nicaragua, 58.82.

 Heat 3: 1. Amy Mbacke Thiam, Senegal, 51.79 (Q); 2. Ana Gabriela Guevara Espinoza, Mexico, 52.34 (Q)l 3. Otilia Silvia Ruicu, Romania, 52.65 (Q); 4. Karen Shinkins, Ireland, 53.27; 5. Norma Gonzalez, Colombia, 53.34; 6. Safia Abukar Hussein, Somalia, 1:13.25.

 Heat 4: 1. Cathy Freeman, Australia, 51.63 (Q); 2. Monique Hennagan, U.S., 51.73 (Q); 3. Claudine Komgang Fotsing, Cameroon, 51.74 (Q); 4. Norfalia Carabali, Spain, 52.36 (Q); 5. Olena Rurak, Ukraine, 53.45; 6. Kristina Perica, Croatia, 53.72; 7. Awatef Ben Hassine, Tunisia, 54.50.

 Heat 5: 1. Katharine Merry, Britain, 51.61 (Q); 2. Sandie Richards, Jamaica, 51.86 (Q); 3. Nova Peris-Kneebone, Australia, 52.51 (Q); 4. Hana Benesova, Czech Republic, 52.85 (Q); 5. Aliann Pompey, Guayana, 53.09 (Q); 6. Verneta Cheryll Lesforis, St. Lucia, 54.67; 7. Klodiana Shala, Albania, 56.41; NR, Marie-Jose Perec, France, DNS.

 Heat 6: 1. Jitka Burianova, Czech Republic, 51.59 (Q); 2. Olabisi Afolabi, Nigeria, 51.61 (Q); 3. Lorraine Graham, Jamaica, 51.65 (Q); 4. Allison Curbishley, Britain, 52.20 (Q); 5. Barbara Petrahn, Hungary, 52.86 (Q); 6. Tonique Williams, Bahamas, 53.43; 7. Marcia Fernanda Daniel, Dominica, 58.20; 8. Haissa Ali Garba, Niger, 1:07.49.

 Heat 7: 1. Beena Mol K M, India, 51.51 (Q); 2. Olga Kotlyarova, Russia, 51.99 (Q); 3. Zana Minina, Lithuania, 52.38 (Q); 4. Michelle Collins, U.S., 53.66; 5. Tanya Oxley, Barbados, 54.22; 6. Daniela Georgieva, Bulgaria, 54.46; 7. Dijana Kojic, Bosnia-Herzegovina, 55.61; 8. Awmima Mohamed, Sudan, 1:02.94.

 Heat 8: 1. Ladonna Antoine, Regina, 51.78 (Q); 2. Falilat Ogunkoya, Nigeria, 51.88 (Q); 3. Donna Fraser, Britain, 52.33 (Q); 4. Svetlana Pospelova, Russia, 53.34; 5. Elena Piskunova, Uzbekistan, 55.40; 6. Ann Mooney, Papua New Guinea, 55.55; NR, Brigita Langerholc, Slovenia, DNS.

 

 800

 First Round

 Heat 1: 1. Lurdes Mutola, Mozambique, 1:59.88 (Q); 2. Tamsyn Lewis, Australia, 2:00.23 (Q); 3. Hasna Ben Hassi, Morocco, 2:00.50 (Q); 4. Natalya Dukhnova, Belarus, 2:03.20; 5. Grace Birungi, Uganda, 2:03.32; 6. Olena Buzhenko, Ukraine, 2:03.48; 7. Florencia Hunt, Netherlands Antilles, 2:03.78; 8. Direma Banasso, Togo, 2:13.67.

 Heat 2: 1. Jearl Miles-Clark, U.S., 2:01.79 (Q); 2. Brigita Langerholc, Slovenia, 2:01.89 (Q); 3. Olga Raspopova, Russia, 2:01.95; 4. Letitia Vriesde, Surinam, 2:02.09; 5. Mina Ait Hammou, Morocco, 2:03.25; 6. Leontine Tsiba, Congo, 2:04.08; 7. Elena Iagar, Romania, 2:07.56; 8. Roda Ali Wais, Djibouti, 2:31.71.

 Heat 3: 1. Maria Teresa Martinez, Spain, 1:59.60 (Q); 2. Irina Mistiukevich, Russia, 1:59.73 (Q); 3. Zulia Calatayud, Cuba, 2:00.18 (Q); 4. Joetta Clark, Maplewood, N.J., 2:00.19 (Q); 5. Charmaine Howell, Jamaica, 2:01.14 (Q); 6. Christine Mukamutesi, Rwanda, 2:14.15; 7. Anhel Cape, Guinea-Bisseau, 2:17.05; NR, Ludmila Formanova, Czech Republic, DNF.

 Heat 4: 1. Kelly Holmes, Britain, 2:01.76 (Q); 2. Hazel Clark, U.S., 2:01.99 (Q); 3. Natalya Tsyganova, Russia, 2:02.26; 4. Sandra Stals, Belgium, 2:02.33; 5. Susan Andrews, Australia, 2:03.31; 6. Irina Latve, Latvia, 2:06.05; 7. Delfina Cassinda, Angola, 2:15.02.

 Heat 5: 1. Stephanie Graf, Austria, 1:58.39 (Q); 2. Claudia Gesell, Germany, 1:58.56 (Q); 3. Helena Fuchsova, Czech Republic, 1:58.97 (Q); 4. Toni Hodgkinson, New Zealand, 1:59.37 (Q); 5. Diane Modahl, Britain, 2:02.41; 6. Adama Njie, Gambia, 2:07.90; 7. Anna Nasilyan, Armenia, 2:14.86; NR, Tina Paulino, Mozambique, DNS.

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 5,000

 First Round

 Heat 1: 1. Sonia O'Sullivan, Ireland, 15:07.91 (Q); 2. Jo Pavey, Britain, 15:08.82 (Q); 3. Gete Wami, Ethiopia, 15:08.92 (Q); 4. Lydia Cheromei, Kenya, 15:09.32 (Q); 5. Daniela Iordanova, Bulgaria, 15:10.08 (Q); 6. Benita Willis, Australia, 15:21.37; 7. Elva Dryer, U.S., 15:23.99; 8. Rosemary Ryan, Ireland, 15:33.05; 9. Nora Leticia Rocha de la Cruz, Mexico, 15:38.72; 10. Michiko Shimizu, Japan, 15:48.20.

 11. Dulce Maria Rodriguez de la Cruz, Mexico, 15:54.17; 12. Yanna Belkacem, France, 16:08.49; 13. Helena Javornik, Slovenia, 16:09.60; 14. Elisa Noemi Cobanea, Argentina, 16:16.58; 15. Nebiat Habtemariam, Eritriea, 16:30.41; 16. Maysa Hussein Matrood, Iraq, 17:17.58; NR, Restituta Joseph Kemi, Tanzania, DNS.

 Heat 2: 1. Rose Cheruiyot, Kenya, 15:13.18 (Q); 2. Ayelech Worku, Ethiopia, 15:13.26 (Q); 3. Olga Yegorova, Russia, 15:14.34 (Q); 4. Irina Mikitenko, Germany, 15:14.76 (Q); 5. Susanne Pumper, Austria, 15:16.66; 6. Roberta Brunet, Italy, 15:27.32; 7. Amy Rudolph, U.S., 15:28.91; 8. Sonja Stolic, Yugoslavia, 15:38.96; 9. Megumi Tanaka, Japan, 15:39.83; 10. Marta Dominguez, Spain, 15:45.07.

 11. Chrysostomia Iakovou, Greece, 15:46.48; 12. Samukeliso Moyo, Zimbabwe, 15:47.76; 13. Zhor El Kamch, Morocco, 16:02.50; 14. Anne Cross, Australia, 16:07.18; 15. Andrea Whitcombe, Britain, 16:15.82; 16. Man Yee Maggie Chan, Hong Kong, 16:20.43.

 Heat 3

 1. Gabriela Szabo, Romania, 15:08.36 (Q); 2. Werknesh Kidane, Ethiopia, 15:08.62 (Q); 3. Tatyana Tomashova, Russia, 15:08.92 (Q); 4. Jelena Celnova-Prokopcuka, Latvia, 15:09.45 (Q); 5. Vivian Cheruiyot, Kenya, 15:11.11 (Q); 6. Olivera Jevtic, Yugoslavia, 15:11.25 (Q); 7. Yoshiko Ichikawa, Japan, 15:23.41; 8. Beatriz Santiago, Spain, 15:31.94; 9. Kate Richardson, Australia, 15:45.34; 10. Inga Juodeskiene, Lithuania, 15:46.37.

 11. Anne Marie Lauck, United States, 15:47.78; 12. Ebru Kavaklioglu, Turkey, 15:49.15; 13. Breda Dennehy-Willis, Ireland, 15:49.58; 14. Diane Nukuri, Burundi, 16:38.30; 15. Catherine Chikwakwa, Malawi, 16:39.82; 16. Priscilla Innocentia Mamba, Swaziland, 17:30.04; 17. Baatarkhuu Battsetseg, Mongolia, 18:22.98.

 

 Triple Jump

 Group 1

 1. Tereza Marinova, Bulgaria, 14.73, (Q); 2. Ashia Hansen, Britain, 14.29, (Q); 3. Yamile Aldama, Cuba, 14.27, (Q); 4. Oxana Rogova, Russia, 14.25, (Q); 5. Cristina Elena Nicolau, Romania, 14.14; 6. Viktoriya Brigadnaya, Turkmenistan, 13.96; 7. Kene Ndoye, Senegal, 13.94; 8. Natalya Safronova, Belarus, 13.91; 9. Maria Dimitrova, Bulgaria, 13.87; 10. Camilla Johansson, Sweden, 13.87;

 11. Olena Khlusovych, Ukraine, 13.60); 12. Yelena Parfyonova, Kazakstan, 13.50; 13. Marija Martinovic, Yugoslavia, 13.49; 14. Nicole Gamble, U.S., 13.33.

 Group 2

 1. Tatyana Lebedeva, Russia, 14.91 (Q); 2. Olena Hovorova, Ukraine, 14.76 (Q); 3. Anja Valant, Slovenia, 14.36 (Q); 4. Sarka Kasparkova, Czech Republic, 14.34 (Q); 5. Olga-Anastasi Vasdeki, Greece, 14.26 (Q); 6. Francoise Mbango Etone, Cameroon, 14.13; 7. Baya Rahouli, Algeria, 13.98; 8. Carlota Castrejana, Spain, 13.76; 9. Inna Lasovskaya, Russia, 13.75; 10. Keisha Spencer, Jamaica, 13.49;

 11. Luciana Santos, Brazil, 13.48; 12. Ren Ruiping, China, 13.16; 13. Anna Tarassova, Kazakstan, 13.11.

 

 TRAMPOLINE

 Women's Singles

 Singles

 Final

 1. Irina Karavaeva, Russia, 38.90; 2. Oksana Tsyhuleva, Ukraine, 37.70; 3. Karen Cockburn, Toronto, 37.40; 4. Ekaterina Khilko, Uzbekistan, 36.60; 5. Natalya Karpenkova, Belarus, 35.80; 6. Akiko Furu, Japan, 35.30; 7. Rusudan Khoperia, Georgia, 34.10; 8. Anna Dogonadze-Lilkendey, Germany, 5.00.

 

 WEIGHTLIFTING

 Men

 77-kg

 Final: 1. Zhan Xugang, China, (160.0 kg.-207.5 kg.), 367.5 kg.; 2. Viktor Mitrou, Greece, (165.0-202.5), 367.5; 3. Arsen Melikyan, Armenia, (167.5-197.5), 365.0; 4. Sergey Filimonov, Kazakhstan, (167.5-195.0), 362.5; 5. Ilirian Suli, Albania, (162.5-192.5), 355.0; 6. Jon Chol Ho, North Korea, (162.5-190.0), 352.5; 7. Ingo Steinhoefel, Germany, (160.0-190.0), 350.0; 8. Dmytro Hnidenko, Ukraine, (160.0-190.0), 350.0.


 

 Women

 Over 75-kg

 Final: 1. Ding Meiyuan, China, (135.0 kg.-165.0 kg.), 300.0 kg.; 2. Agata Wrobel, Poland, (132.5-162.5), 295.0; 3. Cheryl Haworth, U.S., (125.0-145.0), 270.0; 4. Carmenza Delgado, Colombia, (115.0-145.0), 260.0; 5. Helen Idahosa, Nigeria, (110.0-140.0), 250.0; 6. Monique Riesterer, Germany, (112.5-132.5), 245.0; 7. Mun Kyung-ae, South Korea, (110.0-135.0), 245.0; 8. Olivia Baker, New Zealand, (105.0-130.0), 235.0; 9. Melinda Szik, Hungary, (107.5-127.5), 235.0; 10. Sheeva Peo, Nauru, (97.5-122.5), 220.0; NR, Vita Rudenok, Ukraine, 0-0.